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Masoa 

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Wiaterrowd — 
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Holloman 

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satiafaotion from t/itf ss^cellent -j/Qfis dese 
in this mtiter and th0 suaasun aehiev^d* 
I'i0aae a^Qiue the Lo^s Angeles agsnta In- 
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tlisir al&rtnes^t ^ffioicncy and application 

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Sobert £. Buresh 
John D. Wallace 



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REPORT ©F MEDICAL EKAMINAT80&J 



I. UtST Rf.ME— Finsr tlAME— MIDDLE IIAME 



4. HOMa ADDRESS (A'umd^r, ;f Vt:* cr ItFXt, cUy CT fOiTfit, 2i>7:5 and State) 

376 S* Bu3*nsid«i, l^B Aagel^s, California 



2, GIUDE AND COWPOIJENT OR POSITION 



ANHmL PHTSICAL 



3. IDENTIFICVfiCri KO. 



6. DATE CF EX.^,:i!r?ATrc:; 
M&y 2, 1956 



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7, SEX 

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8. RACE 

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12. DATE OF BIRTH 

10«2i*lG 



l^, TOTAL VHS. GOVT, SERVICE 



13. TIACS. C7 BmTH 

pejoBsylTO^aia 



to, DEPARTr»:ENT. AGEtiCV. O^ SHRVICE 



II. ORG^\NIZATIOH UNIT 



W.j;C.r.l&REUTI0JlSHIP.AHDAppR^3QFKDa-0Fi^:^: _ **^^^ , 



15, EXA:.:::iKi3 FACiUri oh EA\r.:i:x?.AiiD An 

»5, SAIIOSI* COOPilE, 166 S* Alint»ao, 



IG. OTHER ii;ro?.:*iATic>!i 



17. HWiKS OR SPECIAtTY "" ' *-* 


r -r '^ - — -^g j^ ^j^jg CAPACrrY: TOTAL LAST SIX r.:c:STHS 




CLINICAL EVAL'JATION 


NOT^IS, — Describo every abnorznality in detail, (Enter pertinoni itena nazxtbcr tofczo each 
cotnmenti contin^te in item 73 and tf«iG nddiixonal fjhe^ic if noco^.'^nrv.'i 


KORM.U 


AE;;ori. 


^.Uiiec/c eac/2 stem Jtn appropncto col- 
tiTTiTi^ ^ntec "N, E.** if not evnlurJe^ 


Una t3i(idefif^*tid«d 'Testiclia- 
M^ition* «iltroito' About kit l}||>]^ld# 




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IS. HEAD, FACE. NECK, AJiD SCALP 




X 




19. NOSE 




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20, SINUSES 




3C 




21. MOUTH AND T:^R0AT 




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22. EARS— GEN^TJ^L ^^"?* ^ exJ.canahHA'uditoru 




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23. DRUr.:s (Perforation) 




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25. OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 




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2$. PUPILS (PJqmlitu and reaction) 




X 


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27. OCULAR MOTILITY S^^?lZ«^/' "'"' 






23. LUNGS AND CHEST (Include breasts) 




3£ 


29. HEART {Thrmt^ nze, rhfjihm, sounds) 




.-^^A^ 


30. VASCUUR SYSTErYl (Varicosities, etc,) 




,3C. 

_.:3C, 


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31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA {Inclvde hemh) 




32. ANUS AND RECTUM Jfe^'?,^^^^ 




,3C 




33. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 






2£ 


34. G-U SYSTEM 




X 




33. UPPErt EXTREMITIES JS^E/'^' *'''"'^'' ''^ 




3C 




35. FEtr 




X! 

3S 




37. LOWER EXTREMITIES ^;^^,,^^-:,^ 






33. SPINE. OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL 




!X 


39. IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS, SCARS. TATTOOS 




3C 




40. SKIN, LYrr:PHATICS 


J' iconilauo ialicSi73) •— — «- 




X 




41. NEUROLOGIC Wz'jil'lHuti^r^isuudirittmriS) 




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42. PSYCHIATRIC (Ss'iiifganuversoiicaUvd€V':Gtionj 


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Foma/es on/y 


(Chech Tlow done) 
43. PELVIC n VAGINAL D RECTAL 


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fA, tEfiTAL (Pl^-icc approprhtc s^jmbols cbc:e cr below number of upper a'nd lower trAh, recpedlz^hj) 

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dentures 



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include abtUmentt 



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30 58 2a 27 25 25 I 24 23 22 21 



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15 16 -?|,! ^^-^Vi xn ^•-,. 



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ir^OHllTOnY FINDINGS 



45. URINALYSIS: SP. 6R. % , 0JK6 



ALBUMIN 



SUGAR 



MICROSCOPIC 



45. CKE3T X-RAY (Flact, date, film number, re&iiU) 



^[^xa^2/25/56 



47. SEROLOGY (Spc^iff/ tect u^ed andresi'l^ 



ISonmoX 



<3. EKG 



49. BLOOD TYPE AND P.H 
FACTOR 



50. OTHER TESTS 



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16— i^C'i':-! 




S AND OTHER FINDINGS 



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55. BUILD: ^'^*''\Fv 

SLENDER MEOnJM H^l^Y ^! 



5K HEIGHT 

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52, WEIGHT - t M" P \ 



S4. COLOR EYES 



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58, PULSE (Arm at heart level) 



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59. 



DISTANT VISION 



REFRACTION 



A)a2 s:;63;62 ex 80" 



61. 



NEAR VISION ^ 



CORR.TO Jl BY^0^75 S ]^ 



RIGHT 20/ 20 



CORR.TO20/ 20 



BY /0*26 s;y^0»62 ex 80 



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LEFT 20/ 20 



CORR.TO20/ 20 



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CORR.TO Jl BY^^75 Sph 



62. HETESOPHORIA: 

(Specifv distance) ES" EX" a H. L. H. 

20 ft SO" 20" 



PRISM DIV. 



PRISM CONV. 



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63. ACCOMMODATION 




64. COLOR VISION (Test used and result) 


65. D2PTH PERCEPTION 
(Test used and score) 


UNCORRECTED Qq^S. ( ^TOBSly) 


RIGHT LEFT 


Good 


CORRECTED g^^^ It 


6S. FIELD OF VISIOH 

Full OU 180^ 


67. NIGHT VICION (Test used and score) 


63. RED LENS 


69. INTRAOCULAR TENoIOM 

33 Rilat* ScM 


70. KEA?.ir3G 


71. AUDIOMETER 


72, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR (TeUs uced and score) 


RIGHT V/V |$/I5SV /IS 
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250 


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2000 SOOO 
£04S 3S06 


4000 


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73. NOTES (CGUtimted) AND SIGNIFICANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY 



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(Use additional sheets of plam paper if necessartf) 



74. SUMf.JARY OF DEFECTS AND DIAGNOSES {List diagnoses with item numbers) 



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75. RECOMMENDATIONS— FURTHER SPECIALIST EXAMINATIONS INDICATED (SpeCifv) 



77.^tt(AMINEE (Check) 



"CJ IS 
D IS NOT 



QUALIFIED FOR 



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78. IF NOT QUAUFIED. LIST DISQUALIFYING DEFECTS BY ITEM NUMBER 



79. TYPED QR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 



80, TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN . 



81, TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF DENTISX^R PHYSICIAN (Indxc^U, Which) 



82. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF REVIEWING OFFICER OR APPROVING AUTHORITY 



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PHYSICAL PROFILE 



PHYSICAL CATEGORY 






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U. S. COVERHMEHT PRINTING OFFICE 16— G2288-1 






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ATTACHMENT TO STANDARD FORM 88 
(Revised December 5, 1955) 

Report of Medical Examination 

FOR INFORMATION AND GUIDANCE OF MEDICAL EXAMINER: 

The following portions of the attached examination report form need not be 
completed: 

2 67 

3 68 
11 69 

14 71 (Item 71, audiometer examinations, 

17 should be afforded whenever possible,) 

62 

65 72 

Item 48, the electrocardiogram, is not required unless the examinee is over 
35 years of age or unless other examination indicates such is desirable. 

If the examinee is an applicant, the Chest X-ray and blood type and Rh factor 
(Items 46 and 49) are not necessary unless the facilities for affording same are readily 
available to the examiner. 

FOR ALL EXAMINEES, WHETHER CLERICAL OR SPECIAL AGENT APPLICANTS 
OR EMPLOYEES: 

The medical examiner should answer the following question: 

Examinee — qualified for strenuous physical exertion, (Designate 

( is or is not) 

which) "Does examinee have any physical defects prohibiting safe 

operation of motor vehicles?" No 

FOR ALL MALE EMPLOYEES OR APPLICANTS : 

The medical examiner is requested to answer the following: 

Does examinee have any defects restricting or prohibiting his participation in 
defensive tactics and dangerous assignments which might entail the practical use of 
firearms? 

Ho 

If answer is "yes" please specify. 

IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT ALL STATEMENTS IN ITEMS 59,J^f^64\i^D 70 PERTAINING 
TO VISUAL ACUITY, COLOR VISION AND HEARING BB'^^^j^LETED IN DETAIL. 



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Director, FBI 



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Special Agent in Charge 
Physical Exanination 



EEBSONAL ATTENTION 



^ Re Physical Examination B^2^$6 



Rebulet 
Reurlet 



Advise Bureau of present weight without clothing. 

Advise Bureau if dental work has been completed. 

Advise Bureau if vision has been corrected to 20/20. 

Advise Bureau re physical condition. 

Advise Bureau condition of . 

Submit resvilts of chest X ray immediately. 

Submit staten^nt from doctor advising if Agent is qualified 
for strenuous physical exertion and the use of firearms. 

Submit Bureau of Employees' Compensation forms. 

It is noted that referenced physical examination Tras 
afforded by a private plgrsician* Please advise if 
this report is intended to be your annual fitness for 
duty physical examination in view of the fact that this 
examination was not afforded at your government f acility. 



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Kichols 

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Tele, Room 
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NECESSARY FOR ME TO GO TO POMONA, CALIFORNIA THIS AFTERNOON 
AND WILL BE AWAY FOR REMAINDER OF DAY. LEAVING AT 1:00 PM. 
ASAC FELT OUT OF TERRITORY ATTENDING MADERA PEACE OFFICERS 
MEETING THIS EVENING. SUPERVISOR ELMER F.rUNBERG IN CHARGE 



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PROM: SACj» Los Angeles 

TO: pfrector^ EBI 

SUBJECT: Absence from Office of 
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Wednesday, June 6th3 SAC has speaking engagement in Compton 
at noon. ASAC has speaking engagement in San Bernardino, 
California, at noon, and will inspect RA there. 

Thursday, June 7th, SAC has official luncheon engagement 
and ASAC will attend Southeast Area Law Enforcement Meeting 
at Lynwood at noon. 

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FROM LOS^ANGELES 




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I AM LEAVING LOS ANGELES 1:00 PM THIS DATE FOR TULARE, 
CALIFORNIA IN CONNECTION WITH TV PROGRAM. ASAC FELT WILL 
NOT BE BACK FROM HIS PHYSICAL EXAMINATION UNTIL 3:30 PM. 
SUPERVISOR MARVIN B...''-P-ASH WILL BE IN CHARGE DURING THIS 
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i^I^'iT?? ^t presently on a fishing trip, ire out of contact 

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in yftry ip con nection *ith the allegations against '^■ 

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t^e n???A^oi/ f*^u^*» ^^^y *^«^* shortly after the- 
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Besrliir. Pitdiessj 

Ymireotffialletteir dated Ms^ 14, 19S0, Ms 
been yec^v:e4« lad it leS^ T^yy tli0u^ul oi^yod to cqinmerit 
so f!moxsM.j ccmceasl^ &e asslstaace ite wexe jprivfleged 
to yeadter the CalifofB^ Chiiliir <ff the Fm H^<»!ail Aeafeiay 
Assodafe^s, X Tmom ifis* th?^ men you met0m&& ^M lie 
especially grat^atlor your Mad "words. I .am ts^bagihe 
libet^ «r tn akt ng Ci^es i^ your letter awdlaMe t<> them. 

X isnt you tolGiciw ot my <le^eat ^^x^diatloa 
for ywir ^ofterOHs mjoaxJsSf: stt^I iifSl*cgpe#Ou isill ccavey my 
thaii^ to the men la yiewr dfepartment. 

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San Francisc o, iiloyd B. Ke g ser EOD 11/9/36; 3/17/41 as SA, GS-13,. assigned 
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Utierf^ ei miOdii}^ efi|^ itil yooi^ letter ariillMelQ th^m^ 

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IWTEt Cast} refe rred io is subject of Bufile 9'-894S0* 
Subject I \ found inaane by o rder signed 3/ 14/S6, 

John F* Malonej iiAC Lo6 Angelee} I I iion 



1/15/40, assigned Loa Angeles in US-^IS} \_ 



EOJD a» clerk 10/1/S8 and SA 9/J^3/40, aeaigned Los Angelea 
in QB-'IS and Gharlea Q^ Cuaiek EOJ) 9/6/47, assigned 
Loa Angeles aa Hen ior heai den-b Agent in Han Bernardino 
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PROCEEDING AVALON 3:30 PM MAY 17 TO DELIVER SPEECH. WILL BE 
OUT OF OFFICE UNTIL 10:00 AM MAY 18. ASAC FELT WILL BE ACTING. 
ASAC FELT WILL BE OUT OF OFFICE 8:30 AM TO 9:30 AM, MAY 18, 
ATTENDING USA CONFERENCE. SUPERVISOR MARVIN B. .PASH ACTING 
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In Reply^ Please Refer to 
File No. 






UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 






1340 West Sixth Street 
Angeles 17^ Calif oi»nia 
Jvne 21, 1956 




Mr. J. Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Washington 25^ D. C. 



Mr- Nease^ ■ 

Mr. Winterrowd- 
Tele, Room- 




Dear Mr. Hoover: 



PERSONAL 



This is just a note to tell you 
that the installation of the new air condi- 
tioning unit in the Los Angeles Office has 
been completed. 

The personnel of the Los Angeles 
Office feel that we would not have air con- 
ditioning were it not for the efforts you 
made and the personal interest you took in 
making it possible. We would all like to 
thank you for your thoughtfulness. We feel 
also that air conditioning will add immea- 
surably to the efficient operation of the 
office . 

We hope that you and Mr. Tolson 
will make a personal inspection of the_in-_ 
stallation this Summer. 



With kind -regards. 1 

Vei*y respectfully. 



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Swarnmmlbo, CaUfoKalia 

ItearMr* Cmiett: 

Slaay thank* f»r your letter ot thme 13, 19S0, 
with tfi© eaclosedi «£^y of a rewlattoa commending Spwjial 
Jk$mA U Charge aolm F. M^csie and Special Agest Johft X.. 
iSoiayan, iioth o£ oar I^os ^geleiK omce, lor the amifilaacse 
they were privileged to render la eoniiecttoa wm police trata- 
ing in the £^ JToa^oln VaUey« 

M of Its in the WBL are grateful lor this 
re<S0|p:illioa, aad yoa 2Qay he aure tluii M«*sr«. Malone md 
SalUwm nm fee advised of Iheie g(KKi words, Ifhey irtU> I 
Imow) also appreciate yoor thos^ohiesa in writing. 

Sincerely yoiira> 



3co.>'<iL>os Angelea, with 3 copies ^£ incomhig and 8 copies of enclosure. 

^<fc - Personnel File of SAC J. F. Malone, with copy of incoming & enclosure 

cc - Personnel File of SA J. L. Sullivan, with copy of incoming and enclosur 

NOTE: BufUes reflect nothing identifiable with GiUett. 

John li. Sullivan. EOD 11-10-4X as Special ^gent, GS-IS, assigned 

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DEPARTMENT OF JUftT'CE 

(ifftr? of % Attnntfg ^pnrn 

BUREAU OF CRIMINAL IDENTIFICATION AND INVEST 

GEORGE H BRERETON Chff 
P O Box 1859 Socronionto 



Jione 13,1956 



Mr, J* Edgar Hoover, Director 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Washington, D,C# 

Dear Mr, Hoover: 



On J\ine 7 I conducted tne Chiefs of Police 
Zone U meeting at Sanger, California as a representative of 
the Attorney General of the State of California. At that 
meeting a resolution was unanimously passed commending 
Special Agent-in-Charge John F, Malone and Agent John L« 
Sullivan, of the Los Angeles Office of the Federal Bureau i>t 
Investigation, for their efforts and work in making available 
police training in the San Joaquin Valley, 

It is my pleasure at this time to send to 
you a copy of this resolution. 



Very tr\ily yoTurs, 




HAROLD GILLETT ; 
HG:LK Acting Chief ~of Bureau 

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RESOLUTION 

June 7 > 1956 



Forty Chiefs of Police, Zone 4, unanimously passed the 
folloTcLng resolution today. 

WHEREAS John F. Malone, Special Agent-in-Charge of the 
Los Angeles Office of the Federal Bureau of Xnyestigation, is 
successfully bringing effectire police training to all police 
and sheriff's departments, including the smaller departni«its in 
the rural areas of Zone 4 which is ccmposed of forty police 
departments* 

WHEREAS the said Hr* Halone has recognized and appre- 
ciated the real needs of law enforcement in police training, 

WHEREAS Special Agent John L. Sullivan, of the Los 
Angeles Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, as 
instructor and coordinator of police training has materially 
assisted this FBI training program in an excellent manner. 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution 
commending Special Agent^inr^Jharge Malone and Agent Sxillivan be 
8«it to Mr. J. Edgar Hoover, Director of the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation, Washington, D.C., calling to his attention the 
splendid efforts of these men in behalf of police training in 
Southern Calif oznia. 



ATTESTED: August Meister, Secretary 



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Honorable [itanley M* Barnes 
Assistant Attorney General 
Antitrust Division 
U* 8* department of Justice 
iiaahington^ S* G* 

Sear Judges 

I am indeed grateful for your nQ$t (considerate 
menorandun dated June 14^ 195Gjf concerning this Bureau^s 
investigative efforts in connection with the case of 
United iltates versus Standard Oil Company of California 
et oi. 

We in the FBI are particularly appreciative of 
your commendation of the mrh of Mr* John F* Malone, 
Special Agent in Charge of our Zos Angeles Office, and 
Upeoial Agents A lbert -r, r.hh^r^-f-.st. .r^i James E* Suley^ 
I I and\ I, also iff our 



lt0J» Angeles Office^ Tiiev and the other Agents who 
participated in this investigation will be advised of 
your remarks, and £ know tticy also will appreciate your 
good words I, 

Sincerely ymrs» 
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oc " Personnel file of Albert J» Roberts^ Jr,, with copy of 

incoming 
CO «-« Personnel file of James g. Daley 3 with copy of incoming 
cc - Personnel file of\ \ wi th copy ef incoming 

CG - Personnel file of \ y with copy of incoming 



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Director J Federal Bureau of Investigation 



June 14y 1956 



Stanley Ih Barnesj Assistant Attorney General File: 60^57^35 
Antitrust Division 

Ifm S^ V* Standard Oil Oonioanv of Calif ornia 



I wish to express to you ny congratulations 
excellent morl^ pcrforued by the Bureau in 
tance in the preparation for trial of the 
Oil Company of California et al . 



and thanks for the 
response to requests for assis^ 
case of United States v^ Standard 



Due to the great assistance of the Bureau in the analysis and 
tabulation of a vast amount of statistical and other evidentiary data^ in 
form which can be introduced as evidence at trialj the tim.e by which the 
Government can be Peady for trial has been advanced by at least two years* 

I doubt that the Antitrust Division aver previously uade a request 
of the Bureau for aid in trial preparation involving as great a demand upon 
the time and effort of FBI Agents as has been made in this case* The re- 
sultSj in my opinion^ fully justify the e:^penditure of the time and effort 
involved* 

I particularly loish to commend in the highest terms^ and to 
express my appreciation Jorj the cooperation of Special Agent in Charge 
John F^ Malone^ and the excellen t work performed by Sp ecial Agents /ilbert 



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J* Roberts^ Jr*^ James E. Daley^ \ . ^ 

oLll of your Los Angeles field offTcel Mr* Mai one assigned special agents 
having exceptional^ qualifications for the ^sorlv to be doncj and he i^as some^ 
horn able to" give to our requests sufficient priority to permit the job to be 
done within the time limits suggested by the attorney in charge of the 
preparation of this case for trial* His friendly and efficient cooperation 
has* been of great value* 

Special Agent Albert J. Roberts^ Jr* coordinated and directly 
supervised the mork of other agents on this project^ in addition to per-- 
forming several important segments of the work himself* his quick recogni-- 
tion of difficulties^ deficiencies or weaknesses in proposed undertakings^ 
his good judgment in suggesting improvements in the form and content of 
tabulations^ his suggestions for elimination of unnecessary work and for 
better methods of attaining the results sought^, and his interest^ intel^ 
ligencej and cooperation in the entire program have been invaluable* 



Special Agents Daley ^ 



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and 



have all done 

exceptionally fine work and have produced excellent results* Their intel-^ 
ligence^ interest^ hard -u^orky and consistently friendly cooperation with 
attorneys in the /antitrust Division have resulted in admiration and respect 
for the Zureau and its fine personnel* 



By Jiiy reference -bo 'these uen 1 do noi) iwinimi^e the value to us of 
the good -oorK done by other agents v)ho hcue been assigned to this project. 
However^ the men I have naued have done such outstanding jobs on iuportant 
aspects of the case as to deserve special nention* I hope you mil convey 
to each of these nen izff thanks for their help to the Division in this 
conple^ and difficult case. 



FD-277 (11-18-55) 

•TANDARO rORM NO. «4 ^ 



Office Memomndum 



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TO : Director, FBI 



FROM 




SUBJECT: 



'AC, lqs Angeles 

JOHN F. Ii4,L01JB 

Special Agent In Charge 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 



DATE: Jirne 13, 1966 



ATTENTION: PERSONNEL SECTION 



Physical Examination 

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Chest X-ray results were negative. 

Personal physician advised he is qualified for strenuous physical exertion and the use of 
firearms , 

Attached are Bureau of Employees' Compensation forms 

Physical examination reports are enclosed. 

Employee is scheduled for physical examination oij . 



Employee has reviewed and initialed his physical examination report. 

Employee returned to active duty -. 

Employee's physical condition is ., 



L? — I Additional remarks relative to items listed above; 

In answer to your inquiry of June 11, 1956, this examination was intended to 
be my annual fitness for duty examination* 

Because of the thoroughness of the examination afforded me in connection with 
my surgery for gynecomastia, it was felt that it would be a duplication of 
examinations and time-consuming to have another examination at a government 
facility p. Tfck^ dental and eye checks were made by tt^ personal dentist and eye 
specialisy*^ i 



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Personcl and Confio/atial 



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Please etcpresa to all tJ^^? ageats 
,* dJ^d >^ere assigned to the atter ^ny appre^ 
r ciation for their diligent efforts in the 
preparation for trial of the Antitrust case 



involving the Standard Oil Company of Calif orniam- «t*, ^ 

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2^?^is tva^ a nost aontplicated and fn- 
wived cai^e^ requiring the utnost diligence and 
intelligence to properly analyse and accurately 
tabulate the vast anount of etatiatical and 
other evidentiary) data^ It is a real pleasure 
to connend you and^ through yjou^ those agents 
who SO ccpably participated in this natter m 

^inperely yours ^ 



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630 Caxicorjs Street 
£.m Francisao 11^ California 



Enelosol c^cs forns CA-*1 bM 0L-*2^ 0:gcauted to 
connection iritli aE ±a jury eixstaimd by John ?# iM.one 01:1 
Jialy 10^ 1!?S'5^ **iMle in the pe-rforn-xtico of hi;s official 
duties* 



Very truly yonrs^^ 



John rdz^i^ Hoover 
Director 



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Boardman 

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FBI AUTOimTIC DECLASSIFICATION GUIDE 
DATE 09-13-ZOlO 



Office Mrmo?andum . united states government 



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DATE: June 5J, i956 



EUBJECT; COmiUlflST PARTY, USA. 
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Bureau letter dated March S, 1950y instructed the 
field to immediately intensify the investigation regarding OP 
financial operations. The field was instructed to submit 



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monthly letters reflecting the achievements attained 
with this investigation. The letters received from ' 



Wintcrrowd 

Tele. Room 

Holloman 

pandy __ 

in connection 
tvm VI* uih¥o c^/»(/u<f ;#('f/u (/ ^ vfi^ I'tie letvers receiver from the Los Angeles 
Office over the past several months hcpe reflected that m.oq Angeles 
has been able to obtain complete and detailed information regarding 
income and expenditure q of the Los Angeles County OP, h'ue to the 
excellence of the work being performed by this office and the 
information being obtained^ the Bureau directed a letter to Los 
Angeles dated June 14, 1956, requesting to be aduised whether 
consideration has been given to commending personnel of that office » 

By letter dated June 19, 1956, the SAC, Los Angeles has 
recommended letters of commendation for Special Agent John Fjuiussell > 
to whom the case is assigned, Supervisor Harold N^Xsassett ancy 
Security Coordinator iHmer FJiLinberg. He also recommended letters 
of commendat ion for 21 othe r dgents who have been assisting in the 
operation Ji fA ^ a confident^idl anonymous source. It ta( 

noted, however, that witftXh recent months 9 of these SI agents ftaw 
been commended or recei ved incentive atoards in connection with this 
ope rati on 




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It is believed desirable at this time to commend the S4P 
at Los Angeles for the owtstanding woric achieved by his office H 
the investigation of thi 9 matter and instruct him to place oopftt^ 
of the letter of co-imenda1;ion in the files of the ?l,cLgentsn^ 
by him in paragraph fmr of the attached letter, ^^f OllMTMXOHTftJt 

1 V/^A / -T ^ r I HEREIN 

RSCOMMENDATIONS h Af^ A A O f'f^x ^^ O h N / * / EXCEP] 

(l) It is recommended a lett er of ^owfmen 4ation be sepk'^io 
the SAO at Los Angeles a^ outlTned abov^^ 



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Enclosure 



00 - Mr. Boardman 

Mr. Belmont ^^ 

Administrative Si^mtcn 
Mr. Batiwigardner 
Mr. Simpson 



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fTo^ Mg9X0», California ri^nlUcfy 



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I an gratifi9^ to note th€ 9Xm 
eellent 9*o«tiit« obtained by personnel of 
the Loe Angelee Office in the inoeetiga^ 
tien of the financial operatione of an 
organi»ation qf ooneideratle interest to 
the Bure<iu in the inueetigation of certain 
internal aecurity mattered 

I am partioularljf w^indful of the 
ingenuity and pereeoerance lohich have been 
demonetratad by the personnel involved^ 
therebff achieving auoh splendid reaulte^ 
I won* the participating personnel to know 
hoi& mtch I appreciate their ekillful md 
capable aeruioes in this intttance. 






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Persorinel files of 3Ab: 




Jimmett B. Doherty 
Timothy i. Donovan 
Allen /. Frei 
Joseph L, Garry 
Thomas H, arme,m 



James E, Soffer 
Etoing G. Layhew 

*(Jhdrles 7. Ogle 

Roy Andrew Peters 
Paul S, Q^inn 
John f. Buamgll 



Persomtsl fxue of SSst 



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PLEASE DO NOT MUTILATE THESE FORIiB IN ANY YvM. 






flAIu SUPERIOR'S REPORT fliPRNjURY 



(To bo submitted to XT. S. I>EPAH.TMEN"T 03? IiABOR, Bobeaxj or Employees* Oompensation, "WashinBton 26, I>. O., as soon as practicable after any injury to 
a civil ompJoyeo of the United States sustained while in tlio performance of duty -which causes any disability fcr work beyond the day or shift on which the injury occiuried or 
results in any charge against the Bureau for medical expense. Q?his form should bo accompanied by C. A. 1.3 



1. Department __.Of.-JttlMaL'fci_a@. 2. Bureau or omce __ J(lftd&ral__Blir^aU__jQ£__2l3LSre^_1?i.,e^1?l_Qn.-„ 

pj f (.War, Maw, etc.y (Engineer, Istaviaation, ete.y 

riace 01 3^ Place of employment __a34O__B]0fliJ-.-BijJi._Sdbirfi^ix- XoBL, Ang feLejSL , Jgfit 1.f*orn1>i 

employment (,A.rsenal, navy yard, etc.y (City') (Stated 



4. Keporting office _|£BX-,--X3^^0--Wa».'t.-^-bll.--S.i;i»-^-I-oa--A2Xgslfia- 

{Liocation oj reporting office or division Headquartera'} 

5. Name of superintendent or foreman in charge when injury occurred JfQJUJ—P^-^t^j^^jJJg-. 



6. Name of injured employee _Jpil» _B'j»__MaX on_e_ 7^ Age 8. Sex ___lfei«>„ 9. Race jQauSL 

(Give first name in ^fuW) 

10. Home address 33!5-S^-Bu2?nsi.de , LQa„-4ng^-3^ss. , _„Cfiilii*jar.xxiJi 

(Street and number") (City or town) (State) 

XI. Occupation and division ^p9Qi^eLX-^g@2:ii4-..XZ3 OkiB-^^e 12. Was employee doing his regular 

(Give both, 03 laborer, Jvull division; helped machine sltojp, etc.) 

work? _jyiea- if not, what work? _*._jfe._JlL 

13. Total length of service with the Government as a civilian? ?:'i__5^^?:?I?_A„?_^2??:1?:^!l 



The injured ^ 

employee ■*-^* How long at present work in this establishment? 3^— ^i^a^lTH- 

15. Dates of other injuries ^....^^.^^^9S...%J^A^TA^9- 



X f and subsistence valued at $ per _^ 

16. Rate of pay on date of injury, $ per < 

L and quarters valued at $ ^ per ^ , 

17. Employee begins w^ork at ^X^Q ft m. 18. Regular day's wox-k ends ^S.i-3-Q p. xn. 

(Hour, a. m, or p. m.) (Hour, a. m. or 2>- »"•) 

19. Hours worked per day S 20, Days paid per week ^ 



21. Place where injury occurred _97-2e__PfcrmalO Q_ Avenuo_,__Wa^^ _':. 

(Give exact location, as name or number of building and division, etc.) 

22. Date of injury iI-iijt.ACl , , 19^0— ; day of week .5Pusada3;r_ ^ hour of day _10^45^_p__ ngi. 

T\-t j4 X. m4. :^ ^fe ^c (a, in, or -p,^rn.) 

23. Date employee stopped workyk^__^_9J?___?_'?_9JP, 19 ; day of week __*_-^„_i!L ; hour of day m. 

(a. m. or 3>. m,) 

24. Date employee's pay stopped I>ijdL_JtlO.'fc._JSjfeQpSL9 j day of week __*__*__jfe. j hour of day m, 

(a. m. or 3>, m.) 

25. Has employee returned to work? X9S__jr_-_r_flilttrna_d„iB!m©_4^^ 

(Give date and hour) 



26. "Will employee receive pay for any portion of above, absence on account of : 
(a) Annual leave DfiO»_-noii_ _ap^ay_ 

(6) Sick leave »»«« "°* '^^'°!"i:^'^l. 



(c) Any other reason i??.?iL.5?.*..?JPJP?'?^- 



Give exact dates) 



(Give exact dates) 

27. Describe in full ho\sr injury occurred 



olose-b* In so doing, X bumped my lei*-b ©Ibow on -fch© ^^J^JC^^^J^^^*^, 



28. *State part of body injured and nature and extent of injury JELTiii^ ©__J;ia._X©JP_'b__-©Jl3iOJ(IL_, 



The injury 



29. Did injury cause loss of any member or part of naember ? JIiCl If so, describe exactly j!«___*__ 



30. AVas employee injured while in performance of duty? —ItSS. If not, or in doubt, give detailed statement 

;ti jsK Jtc 



31. Was injury caused by: ^^ ,., ^ ^ . ^. « -, ^.-u- -uu.*- j^t. 

(a) Willful misconduct of the employee? __«_9- (&) Intention of employee to bring about injury or death 



of hinaself or 



another? _5** (c) Employee's intoxication? ~~- 



(c) Employ< 

aStrmative, tht 



(li any answers to these Questions are~made in the a^mtative, the reporting oMcer should attach an additional statement giving thejb 

reason for his conclusion) ^» 

32. Was written notice of injury given within 48 hours? -X-eS- If not, did immediate superior have actual | 

knowledge of injury. .^^-.l^.^m^^^,;m^.X^S^. 



"(AMSwer'io'ouestion S, Form C. A.. 1, must he cornplete if notice tvas not given tvithin 48 hours) 

S3. Names and addresses of witnesses to injury 



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(7/"dtea6?Ktir«rfrrco7rti««6~/o^^ one day, have statements of witnesses made on reverseMde of this form) 

84 Was injury caused by a third party other than a Government employee or agency? *LV„ If so, has 

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employee been instructed in procedure under the Bureau's regulations ? 



(A dctcLxleA stort&mcnt sJtotdd be joT^wcurdcd nvitlv this r&poirSy 



35. Name and address of physician who first attended case .Not „seen„bj^__^^^^^ 

Medical ^^* "^^^ ^°°^ after injury? -l§„iLQurs 

attendance 37. to what hospital sent? ?_?™®_ Location 



38. Name and address of physician now attending case . 



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IRovIsod May 24, 1950 



STATEMENT OF WITNESSES 

[The statement of witness should tell just what the witness saw personally, or, if he did not see the injury occur, just w^hat he 
know^s about it and Tvhen and by \^honi the information was given him.] 



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STATEMENT OF GOVERNMENT MEDICAL OFFICER OR PHYSICIAN WHO FIRST 

EXAMINED CASE 



I CE3RTIPY that . 

on 

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w^as given first-aid treatment, or examined, 

il^cbme of 0-nfployeey 
-i 19 , at m., and disabled for work. Probable length of 

iTVas or loas riot) 

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Nature of injury as found on examination . 



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iWfts or lOas noty 



Hospitalized "Will return for further treatment . 

Discharged ^ Other disposition 

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EMPLOYEE'S NOTICE OF INJURY OR OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE 

Federal Employees' Compensation Act 



This notice should he suhmitted to the immediate superior hy an injured civil employee of the Federal Government, 
or by someone on his behalf, within 48 hours after the injury. Notice may be given either personally or by mail. It should 
be retained by the official superior unless the injury causes disability for work beyond the day or shift when injury occurred, 
??nr?®?K?x^^ ^^^ charge against the Bureau for medical expense, when it should be forwarded to the U. S. DEPARTMENT 
OF LABOR, Bureau of Employees' Compensation, together with the official superior's report of injury, Form C. A. 2, Before 
compensation is paid, written claim on Form C. A. 4 must be submitted to the Bureau. 



Date of this notice. JixlyJUL 



., 19-56. 



1. I hereby certify that I am employed as a SPEOTAT, AaCTT TV flH^ffaE 

(Occupation) 



at the 'EaAaasil^xaimsx.stLJjxs^Miilgfi^U^ 

(Place of employment) 

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July 10 



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(Day of week) (Date) (Hour, a. m. or p. m.) 

I was injured in the performance of my duties at 9722 Parma lf»e Ave nue, Watts, Cali fornia 



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(Location where injury occurred) 



2, Cause of injury. 



TO iile maki ng an arr es ts I pulled sub^j ect out of a 

(Describe as best you can how and why injury occurred) 

clothes closet y bu mping my elbov on the door frame» 



3. Nature of injury . 



..Bruis_eA©fJL.eIJbow. 



(Name part of body affected — fractured left leg, bruised right thumb, etc.) 



4. Names of witnesses to injury apacial.^ent„Edward km P.lg3caflkL 



5. If this notice was not given within 48 hours after the injury, explain reason for delay and state name 
of person to whom notice was first given, and when —^g^ggjggg- ^^^^^ t ri.thin 48 hours 



This injury was not caused by my willful misconduct, intention to bring about the injury or death of 
myself or of another, nor by my intoxication, and I hereby make claim for compensation and medical 
treatment to which I may be entitled by reason of the injury sus|;ain^ by me^. 

Name . 



Addresi 




F. MALOHE 
S* Burns ide Avenue 



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Revised October 23, 1952 



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June 27, 1956 



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Mr. John F. Malone 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Los AngeleS) 1 California 



Dear Mr, Malone: 

Your letter of June 21, 1956 advising of the 
installation of the new air conditioning unit in the Los 
Angeles Office has been received. 

It was very kind indeed of you to write me as 
you did in connection with this matter, and I am glad to 
know that the employees in the Los Angeles Office are 
pleased with this new unit. I know that it will add to the 
comfort of working conditions and I hope that everyone 
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WEDNESDAY JULY 11 IS FBI DAY AT MONTHLY MEETING OF LOS 
ANGELES COUNTY PEACE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION. THERE WILL 
BE APPROXIMATELY 200 MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE AND IT IS 
BELIEVED THIS WILL BE GOOD OPPORTUNIPr' TO INTRODUCE ASAC 
FELT TO PEACE OFFICERS OF AREA. UACB ASAC FELT WILL 
ATTEND LUNCHEON WITH ME AT POLICE ACADEMY IN LA. SUPER- 
VISOR LINBERG ACTING, FROM 12:00 NOON TO 1:S0 PM. 

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personnel who performed so creditably in th e 
Ban k Bobbery case i nvoluina \ \ 

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for their highly competent services. 

The handling of this matter mas 
indeed exemplary and indicates that every 
employee discharged his assigned duties with 
admirable alertness, thoroughness and attention 
to detail* All of you should take considerable 
pride, as I do, in the prompt solution of the 
case end apprehension of the subjects, " 



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ike Bank Bobber u case involvim l l and 

I J J have approved for you a cash award 

of ^iPOOmOO^ A check for this amount^ less withholding 
tax^ vilJ be directed to you ct an early datCm 

The alertness^ outstanding nersonal courage 
and presence of rjind you displayed at; the tine Evans 
was located mere in the Bureau^s finest traditions 
and certainly deserue this special recognition. It f 

is a real pleasure for me to advise you in this manner ^ "*n 
of ny appreciation and coimiendation for a notable 
niece of mark in an extremely dangerous situation^ 



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note the e:::cellent Job done d7 iftmr office 

in the ficldi!^ of police relatioha ujid police 
training and want to take thia opportuaiiff 
to ea:preBs mf conrtendation to y^mm 

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these "^xatiers your cloaej^ nerf^aaaZatteation 
and mtpervi^ion^ I a^ indeed appreciative 
of the results obtained arid therefore feel 
special reo.gnition i^ <:ue you in this respect* 



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DATE: 7/13/56 



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SAO JOHN F, MALONE 

SA EDJARJ)»^^^%&VAOIC 

Author isa-bions for Incentive Awards 




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for their verformances in the Rank Bobbery case involving 



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LOS ANGELESj CALIFORNIA 
JULY lOj 1956 
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This robbery which occurred on 7/10/56 in Los Angeled was 
completely salved within a matter of hours culmi nating in the shooting 

of Subject his capture and the capture of I \and l ater a female 

accomplice after the fact. Before beiiig shot Subject [ threatened 

to 'hill SAG Malone and Agent Edward "^L^evack with a loaaea gun he had 
in his possession at the time. Courage, and fast thinking on part of 
SAC ^ ^alone and Plevack averted injury or possible death to both. Plevack 
shot\ \ while SAC Malone was endeavoring to wrestle a loaded gun from 



hand. 



t>AC Malone was contacted late on the afternnon of 7/11/56 
and regarding commendation aspects of this case he felt Plevack was 
deserving of an incentive award for his courage and alertness and that 
a letter to the office commending the other agents who participated 
in the case would suffice. Be also recommended letter of commendation 
to Detective \ j Los Angeles Police Department. SAC Malone 

\and Agent Plevack are being recommended by separate memorandum -^under 
Itoday^s date for §200 incentive awards. Commendation is being recommended 
If or the Los Angeles Office and Detective l^urp^^y, (x^jj^tAc-Of-y^juO^ g/lt^ 

SAC Malone called particular attention to the fact that all ^* 
of the local publicity was highly favorable as far as the Bureau was 
concerned. He; made no reference to himself but placed particular 
emphasis on tht^ favorable reaction of the press as far as the Bureau 
was concerned. V ^ -n - -i 

Ac6j)j*diiig. to Malone Subject \ \ who was sAx)it^cb^y^rAgen±^ Plevack 

is still in a critical condition with a punctured ki0^ns<y^ g.nd if theyj^ 
cannot s top th e^- ,bl eed ina he probably will not surtfive. ^ He mentioned^ that 
Subjects I and I I who have admitted a series of/ ■ ji o bS ^Ttiek H h ^ -^ '"^ 

Los Angeles and ^Philadelphia are now suspected of \ c omm i t%i npJ b ^^Wt^ 



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frojk a leading local undertaker which were sent to him in a jocular spirit 
in view of Malone ^s narrow escape from deaths a 



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Los Angeles^ California 
July 16, 1956 



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Mr. J. Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bxireau of Investigation 

Washington, D. 0. 



Dear Mr. Hoover: 

I Thank you for your letter of 

July 12th in r egard to the ban k r obbery 



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and 




It was most kind of you to 
1 approve a cash award of $200.00. I want 
[you to know that your thought fulness is 
Ivery much appreciated. 

Everyone working on this case 
did a splendid job and perfonmed in a 
manner worthy of the wonderful organization 
we represent. 

Most respectfully. 



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security First Natioixal Bank^ 

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Instant bank was robbed this date by two anaed bandits 
who obtained approximately $1,200 in coina. Robbers escaped in 
1950 Pord after exchange of shots with Deputy Sheriff who was in 
the bank but off duty. 

Oetaway car failed to negotiate turn short distance 
from bank and crashed into house. Bandits then coranandeered car 

0^1 I and took her sis driver and hostage . They left 

hosTjage with her car some distance from bank and proceeded on 
foot. 

Among number of leads was address found in billfold 
left in wrecked getaway car. I, along with two Special Agents 
and three LAPD officer s, proceeded t9 this address. SA EDWARD 




A, PLEVACK and Officer 



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and I began seairGhijig house 



for subjects while Agent and two LAPD officers guarded exits. 
In one room closet was located. I instru cted SA PLEVACK to cover 
me while I searched same. . Subject f I was hiding behind the 
clothes, in closet and as I exposed him and noted drawn gun, he 

said, "T nm g oing to kill you— you B s". I immediately 

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This timely action of SA PLEVACK undoubtedly saved 
possib le serious lnj\ary to Officer MDRPHY, SA PLEVACK or ^nyself . 
I ^^ I evn was a .32 cal. automatic ,_rsinv loaded, with a bullet 
in the chamber and the safety off. I | Ls presently at the 

General Police Hospital. His condition is listed as critical 
but he is expected to recover. ^„ «« / / ^ / ^ /i ' 

' -«' . cf SubJectl^I^I was «tabseq>i€>ntly'locd^6tt hiding uhder a 
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Federal Bureau of Investigation 

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I an writing to advise you of ny 
sincere appreciation and coTnmendation for 
the very fine record of statistical accon- 
plishnents conpiled by your division during 
the fiscal year Just endedm 

Please convey ny gratification to ^ 

all the envloyees of the Los Angeles Office S 

who helped to achieve snch excellent re^lts^ 

It is evident that vour supervision was :f^Ui^g 

and agaressive €^nd that the personnel of^tfve^ 

division perforned v>ith a high degree Oi%fX%^r^^ 

est^ application and devotion to dutiu ^JU4 1/* ^ 

you may indeed be proud of the quality 0^ th^ "^ 

Job which mas done* ^ 

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FROM UOS ANGELES 



TO Of I RECTOR 



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URGENT 



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RE SPEECH MATTERS. SAC AND ASAC WILL BE AWAY FROM OFFICE 
11:30 AM TODAY UNTIL ABOUT 2:30 PM. SUPERVISOR-tlNBERG 
ACTING. 



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paraphrased m order to protect the Bureau* s cryptographic systems. 



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L03 ANGELES. J^jly 11 u^.— A QiUck, accurate shot by an 
aide Tvas credited tc^^y v;itn raviri^, tnc life qI fki^ 1^3 Anceies 
cjpii^t of the? FBI as hf^ grappIM v;iUi a bank to]j:;<;sry £c!pcct he 
h:£d just drcgge^ fs%-ria a c!;r^t. 

The suspcpt had a loaded .33 automatic I^vdsl at the head gf 
/.Toto ?t;^?'7B'?/when agent Ed Plevack lirc:3, eluding a bullet 

tJirough the man's gun arm and "^ — " ^~ 

into his che^t, and 'employes against a wall. 

, Ths action occurred yesterday „and tied with three tacks of 
ijt a heme in subuiban Watts inon?y. 

n'hcr« roi r!-5ents had cIc:;od in After crashing their ov;n car 
to c^rt-^c t\:6 m^B ncciised oT during the getaway, thoy ran to 
robbing a iS^^urify-Ftot Natic^nal an intersection and f^tSrced Mrs. 
Bank branch cl $ixm and of Delia Hanis, who wa-^ parking 
kidncping a woman during their her car. to drive thc^ across 
gctav/ay. town. They released her later 

"111 kill all of you - » *," Jamps unharraed. 
6, Bv^ans, 22. screairsca as Mr L„^5^^^» *^»<^2/ them to the 
?^*--7^7i^ niin^ h4m ff^rv. fK«'^^*^ cddrfcs from Cards In^a 
l..^lm^ pulled him from the ^^llct left b the cr^ 
cteot. Ift, Plevack fired as the 
two strtHSlcd, 

Maxie Brown» 2 1 , charged 
with Evana with suspicion of 

robbery, came meekly from his 

hidinsr place ujider a bed. » iiEUUKiTM FIH5T 

.egoCccn^ion'"^^^^^^"' ^^ Wejt Adams Bbuleva;d7£^^^^ California 

' Omcers said ^Jie men, recent 7/10/56 BANK RCBBERY 
aiTivals from Philadelphia, 
tnjiered the bank with drawn 
Ijiatol^ lined some 30 patrons 

vrith i,««J i®^F®^ 7/10/56. Both subjects In custod^ charged 
di^5n^^h/S^5r^- ?'?°*^ amounting to |l,67l; total taken ^ 
2l^H?? J?® .^2^^®^ all recorerejL^_aA lidward A, Plevack, 

I Idurlng apprehension. 



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.UT RECORDED 

U7 JUL 16 1956 



Prosecution 



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By letter 6/29/56 our Los Angeles Office advises 
of the police training program planned and presented for 
approval to the Chiefs of Police (40 Chiefs and 7 Sheriffs) 
in the San Joaquin Valley early in June, 1956^ This program 
schedule^ for the rural areas in the San Joaquin Valley consists of 
having a o^ie-day police school each month on a continuous, year-round 
in-service training basis for each department. Thus each department 
has available one day a month a police school either at their own 
department or at a police department so close there is no hardship 
of transportation. Topics scheduled are those which the department 
or those participating in sone school indicate are needed topics. 
This plan was unanimously approved by the Chiefs of Police in the 
rural areas of the San Joaquin Valley and has been enthusia^^tical ly 
received. Similar sohools^have been planned for the law enforcement 
agencies in the Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Ohisvo Counties 
and have met with very favorable response . 



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noted that early in June, 1956, the Los Angeles 
Supervisor, Peace Officers^ Training, 



Califo'^'^ia, planned a 



Office learned that j [ 

St at^ Department of Education, Sac ranento, , , . 

surv&y in the San Joaquin Valley to ascertain training needs of the 

many -r^ral smn.ller police departments of the area^ In the event 

his plan received a favorable reaction, Peper planned to seek an 

approjiyT^ation from the State Legislature to defray expenses of 4 

poXSoe 4nstructors to be added to his staff; these instructors to 

hold police schools daily for the smg,;iler police depa^rtinf.ntn 

±hmiLght)'ut the San Joaquin Valley. On June 7, 1956, 



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Vs'^^eoial Supervisor and Repreaentatiue^ having made the 
survey^ ^dressed a meeting of Zone 4 of all C!h%efifin the San Joaquin 
Valley; graciously accepted the decision of ifhe Chiefs to use the 
F3I program and commented that he saw no reitton for the State of 
California to duplicate the FBI's fine program and that he also 
recommended that the FBI program be accepted as scheduled* ^ 

I \ has been employed since immediately after 

World War II by the California State Department of Education to 
conduct schools for law enforcement officers and to train teachera» 



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is "aupervitor'* of police training for tht Peace Offioera 

Aasocia-bion of California. He is not a law enforcement officer, 
although he haa been in the paat» He has criticiged the Bureau 
in the paat. We do not cooperate with him in training. He haa 
been informed that the Bureau cannot cooperate with him in hia 
achoola aince we have conaiatently followed the policy of not 
participating in achoo ls ope rated by persona other than law 
enforcement officera. I I haa indicated he olearlu understanda 



thia. In January^ 1956, San Franciaco adviaed that 

program appeara to be "dying on its feet" and hia schooia nave 

not been requeated as much aa formerly. 

It appeara that the program planned by the Loa Angelea 
Office meeta the training needa of law enforcement agenciea in 
the rural a reaa^ ia enthuaiaatically received and there ahould be 
no need fori ^~\-8ponaored achoola inaanuch aa information 
regarding t hia pro gram haa been made available to the San Franciaco 
and San Diego Officea, no further action ia necesaary, 

ACTION: If one,,., in formative. 



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ADDENDUM BY MASON 7/9/56 EPM;hcc 

S ACy^Sne and SA John L. Stillivanjo f Los Angeles have 
done an excellent job in the fields of police relations and police training. 
Sullivan coordinates police training under Bialone. He ia an' enthusiastic 
and substantial %>ecial Agent. Schools handled by Los Angeles Office 
have been excellently prepared and the high quality of police training in the 
Los Angeles Division seems to merit commendation for Sullivan and Malone. 
I recommend letters be sent to them. \ 

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Security First National Bank 
Los Angeles, California 
7/10/56, BANK ROBBERY 



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]robbfd Security First National Bank, Los Angeles, 

California, of $1674, 7/10/56, after which they exchanged sho ts with p atron of 

bank but effected getaway in car registered in name of Subiect I I After wrecking 

first car, they commandeered, at gunpoint, a car driven by a woman and further ^ 

effected their escape. Original getaway car searched by Burea u agents and LAPP 

detectives and wallet containing photographs and address of one 

located. 

-- ' SAC Malone, Bureau agents, and JLAPD officers prodded to 
residence where SAC Malone,^ Agent Edward A^levack and Detective George Murphy, 
LAPD, entered Webster's apartment. SAC MalQi^a and SA Plevack entered bedroom 
where SAC opened closet door, being backed up by SA Plevack with instructions that 
the latter keep him covered. SAC, upon sepa rating h anging clothes, observed 
Subiect I I with gun in hand at which tim e I [ remarked. "I'll kill you, you 

bastards, " whereupon SAC grabbed F I arm and gun and pulled him from the 

closet Vthile still endeavoring to remove gun from subject's hand, SA Plevack fired 
one shot whic h struck subject in left arm, penetrated lower chest and his liver. On 
critical list. | j ha d in his possession fully loaded automatic with shell in chamber 

and safety off. Subject P [ located unarmed in another bedroom imder bed and placed 
under arrest. . i .. '' " 

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Entire loot recovered. Subjects admittedithis robbery and 
1 Los Angeles and Philadelphia and Federal complaijits file d against I 
on 7/10/56 for violating Bank Robbery Statutes and' against i 
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SAC, Malone recommended SA Plevack for Incentive Award, the amount 
to be determined ty the Bureau, for the courage and alertness exhibited by him 
which possibly resulted in saving SAC Malone' s life and perhaps his own. He also 

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recommended letter of commendation to Detective I l in Room 327, 



Police Building, 150 North Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, California. He said 
that there were a number of other ag ents of the Los Angeles Office who worked 
on the case^ but felt that a general letter to the office would suffice for them. 

OBSERVATIONS : 

This was an extremely fast -moving case where the bank was robbed 
and was completely solved within a matter of hours. Split -second decisions had 
to be made and SAC Malone apparently took complete personal, on-the-scene command 
of the case, exercised the hi ghest de gree of courage and quick thinking, personally 
searching the c loset in which ] I was located and although under threat of being 

killed, grabbed f [ hand and gun and pulled him from the closet. His courage 



and alertness and that of SA Plevack in shooting the armed subject probably averted 
serious injury or possible death to the SAC and the agent. 

RECOMMENDATIONS : (Mr. Rosen agrees) 

(1) In view of the outstanding courage and alertness and because of the 
highly competent and effective manner in which they carried out their assignments, it 
is recommended that SAC Malone and SA Edward A. Plevack be approved for cash 
awards of $200 each. . 






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(3) That a letter of appreciation be directed to Detectiye]_ 



of the Los Angele s Eolice Departments who participated in the search of^Subjbct 
I [ apartment and assisted in the apprehension of Subject Brown, 



Should you approve, appropriate commxmications are attached. 



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Since thi s memo j^^eixtre d^ SAO^ Malone has recovmended letter 
of commendation to \ [ De^utij^ShexUf, Los^MgelesCa^ 

who was off duty ana tnje^ patron of the bank mho exchanged shots with 
subjects causing them to abandon first getaway car» Letter attached^ 

PERMJINENT BRIEFS OF THE FILES OF SAC MALONE AND k4(PLRVACK ARE 
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This is to certify that I presently | xj hold | j do not hold a valid motor vehicle 
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k&M DRIVING RBGOffl3'CEHTIFIC4 



.Operator"(Print - Laat^ First, Middle InitiaTTT: 

■ONE, JOHN F> 
'ivision and Section Assigaed 



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June. 11, 1956 



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Special Agent in Charge 



VermLt Issued Byi 
(State 5 Territory 
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CALIPOBNIA 



This is an xmrestricted 

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Permit Number 
D675225 
(Ifrestrictedj explain below; 



Permit Expires 
6-1-57 



This further certifies that during the past three years I have driven a motor Yfbicle 
(Government or personally owned) approximately ___ miles, I)iiri^_^this t pe (A) 1 
I — rhave pt-] have not received a traffic violation iiickets (B) I [^ have Q have not 
been held at fauLt-Jt as the driver of a motor vetiiclej involved in a^raffic accidefito 
If affirmative answer « please explain in adjacent space giving number aid dates of 

and turned matter over to insurance company. ( A r\ A I /\ 
*"At fault'J means any case in which respons3Jbility \^ \jiY r-\ In/lal 



is conceded by employee or his insurance company 
or liability is fixed by duly constituted authority 



Name of Reviewing d^ficial 

M/ILONE, JOHN P. 



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^he personnel file of iliis employee ha^been reviewed and reflects the fdllomng^ 
information/Conceming the operation of a motor vejiicle on offxoxal business dnrxng 
the past yr'^ 




Continuous safe driving record 

Involved in traffic accident and found at fault ^ 

I certify tKat this employe© is: 

r~<2^ualified on the basis of his safe driving record to operate motor vehicles 
'"■ '' on official business* 

Not gualified,and must demonstrate Ms qualifications br saUsfactorilv, . 

gassSag a road test examination before operating a mbto^ vehxcle on ofxxoial 
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Staax^ard Form 47 

tl>(y»mber 1955) 

U. S. Civil Service Commission 

ChapterilI-2, F. P. M. 



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PHYSIMTFITNESS INQUIRY FOR MOTOR VEHRfE OPERATORS 



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1. LAST NAME— FIRST NAME— MIDDLE NAME 



JOHN F. MALOBE 



2. DATE OF BIRTH 3. TITLE OF POSITION 



10-21-10 



4. HOME ADDRESS (Number, street or RFD, city or town, zone and State:) 

375 S^ Bumside, Los Aiageles, Callfogmia 



Special Agent in Charge 



5. EMPLOYING AGENCY 



Federal Bureau of Investigation 



6. HAVE YOU EVER HAD OR HAVE YOU NOW (Place check at left of each item) 



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Poor vision in one or both eyes 
l^ Eye disease 

U^ ^Poor hearing in one or both ears 
l^ Diabetes 

_L^ Palpitation, chest*pain or shortness of breath 
_i^^ Dizziness or fainting- spells 
tx^ ^ Frequent or severe headaches 
\^ High or low blood pressure 
l^ Drug or narcotic habit 



L-^ " Arthritis, rheumatism, swollen or painful joints 
L^ Loss of hand, arm, foot, or leg 

Deformity of hand, arm, foot, or leg 
Nervous or mental trouble of any kind 
^""^ Blackouts or epilepsy 
_^^Sugar or albumin in urine 
L^ Excessive drinking habit (alcohol) 
i-^^ Other serious defects or diseases 



7. IF YOUR ANSWER IS "YES*' TO ONE OR MORE OF THE ABOVE QUESTIONS. EXPLAIN FULLY IN THIS SPACt: 



8. (A) DO YOU WEAR GLASSES? 






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(C) DO YOU WEAR A HEARING AID? □ YES Q^^ 



(B) DO YOU WEAR CONTACT LENSES? Q YES [Q-^^ 



I certify that my answers above are full and true, and I understand that a false statement or dishonest answer to any 
question jxiay be grounds for cancellation of my eligibility or my di smissal from the service and is punishable by law. 



SIGNATURl 




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REVIEW AND CERTIFICATION BY DESIGNATED OFFICIAL 



I certify that I have reviewed this physical fitness inquiry form and other available information regarding the physical 
condition df the applicant, and that I have made the following deteiTnination : 

[0 There is no information on this form or otherwise available to indicate that the applicant should be referred for 
physical examination. 

□ On the basis of items checked on this form or other information, this applicant must be referred for physical 
examination before he is authorized to operate a Government-owned motor vehicle or his current authoriza- 
tion is renewed. 

U Items checked on this form or otherwise available do not warrant referral fpr medical examination because of 
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--.,^- t. ci#*t non n v»- nn. • rr^evthrcat- ugstiomd Tjy robbery deteU 

2ialon« said he ««* «*V^^ .^^ee. imludmg Miss Re-detecUveo repo 
agents and police went to tfe "f/-^^^^ ^^e bookkeeper ted he ^"^ ®^f ' '^ Le 
ParmaleeSt-housetoaskfor *^ q^^j^. Sill in three recent »«1"'''^ ° 

a Mrs. Barbara Webster, ^}J,.f^- -^^^ Miss Adeluit^holdups. , There were listed 
whose name was m the Wa^ >^ ,m 10466 . 3 Vermont Ave.. 

let. A woman i" <>"« !«S^ Fin& the men fled ^vith> « J^fandltS fired s«v*ral 
of the house told them Mrs. . . , ^_. - - «iio.i 



10466 »i 

yn L..= .--» , ._„ lipii" h«vy bags of silvex. ;£!Jand"toCki'^"last"J^"S 

Webrter lived next door. ikterest4j)ysUnder'«^^e3lV Adams Blvd.. *W 

•The door r^^,?„^ ^^* md bank -customTr^vas an j^^l^^.g^d 4-763 W Adftms. 

^e walked m." Malone_«aia. ^^^^^ gj^g,,^^^^ John °y^";%v^p j,iock8 from the. 



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aiMif J> rTurrr^-nf ttH^lFM >u!^ Ktt«« out. He <^ame, Cmt ^^ filing four shots at! ^^'^'''" ;, Pennsylvania 

SSITSSaL^^^^ l^^ ^^^^ ^^^ gutijn his hand ^j^^^^ ^^ they got into theiy C»me ^^^"^^^^^^ s^i, 

IWBBP'iei W* ABge^rCWne velUnir that hfi d ,,, ^„ „«^v4 ^WaH. Avu. ^h^ suspects, police sai 



Car draihei Honia 



Iwithto an instant <* i^th 
(y^fetetday m fet »ctf<i3to* 
iwith one (rf two iu«pect» 
fCOns^^ Jn n house shorfly 
|*ftet tht holdup <^ A t)fmk 
*ld th# IkianapHnip' «i a 

iWCH^ftti, ^ iuvemsieaamgi-uwi^oi.wv- ^^^^ Drive ana 2bm m^ xnp 

,] * ^'he suspect, waving a fully tng and capture started when ^ j^j^^j, j^^^^ control and the car 
■Sloadfid 32-caliber automatic, Iwo arm^d tnen entered thfe y^^gh^ j^jto a hou^e f^n th 

Becurity-First Natlpfial Bank 

bjfanch on W Adams Blvd. 

Dne of them leaped up on 9 

&ench near the door ancl,| 



iliuttraitd on f<^. ^ F«t 1 Jj f^^^ ^e man Wdjnff'in ^.J ^^^ 2936 Farmdale Ave.i K whlS\^vaf robhed yesw' 
3<ihn F. Malone, iptcial | closet and I reached m tn^tii^^ ^an out the door after tprdav t&a on June 2^. 
..i^yi. 4i..^u^,.*^ >./*w-LirRT Htin ^^^ ftut. Hft camd, hut ^^ •;„^„ fi^,-„(, fn„^ shots at! ^^^^^^' ^ _ ^ ._.t..„^i« 

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^^ tar' on nearby Victoria Ave, 



The suspects, police said, 
'cametcr4>s Angeles from 

,-,. IPMladelphia several weelcs 

They rttutned his fire, he J^^ and had been living at 
mid, then drove West into an* !th< Parmalee St. address. The 
aiey behind the bank, side- "'^ ^u^^^ they crashed into 
htrininc^ p nartu^ car and *^*^ ,^-r.„ ' ^,,rinff the cetaway 



wjas yelling 
us all/' 

Found Under Bad 
itt'he gecond suspect, listfed 

IS Maxie C. Brown, 21, sur- ^^,^.^ ^.„., ^^^ ^^.„^ ,,,^^ ^_„^_^ 

rendered w^^^ ^^"^ u^Jf swiping a parked, car and ?f! Jouse during the getaway 

hiding place under a . bed, j^^^^j^l ^^^^ ^ ^^ection of {JL Pennsylvania Ucen- 

Ualone related. ^^ J ^ fence. At the comer of Som- i*.^ 

Events leading to the shoot- ^^^ j^^^^^ ^^d 28th St. the P^^?n 



>cr earned Til kill all 
ilvou. ,. . !" as Malone pulled 
ifhim from a closetv But be- 
fore he could pull the trigger, 



j another FBI agent, Ed Pie- 
vack, fired one shot. The man 
'!fell, seriously wounded in 
ithc left arm and chest. 
j Tiraced Tlirough Wallet 
I The holdup and kidnaping, 
^described by investigators as 
,an almost comical fiasco of 



Kraving a pistol, warned thpj 
employees and about a dozen? 
mstomers that a holdup was 
taking plac«. ^ ^^tts 

Th« secbnd man vaulted; 
>ver the counter and forced" 
lltP. Audrey Spanggaard, the 
lafe deposit attendant, andj 
Beorge Firmin, escrow clerk, 
^to the vault. There he de-| 

s... « sanded that they open the 

i errors from the Btart, reached jash drawer, but they could 
iit3 dramatic dimax in a du- tiot do it because of Its dual 
Iplex hou.-e at 9722 Parmalee hechanism requiring two 

' The m^p^^^ wigre traced Thtaaiafts to Shoot 
^thorethroug?\#walletandan i^ieamvhi!*, the bandit 
jeyeplas3^spre«?rfption^hich i+andirg on the bench be-. 

the bandits left near the Se* .^^^ impatient. Bruce W.* 
Icuritv-Firsi J^^ational Bank, 

4^50*W kd^mn Blvd. v/here 

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ttcKay, the as.^:3?^nt man- 
iK^r, told p^)':ce Ifei.^ tnm 
)nU<^4 z pfrf* ' .^..^c-" from his 



tomtt ., 

The funnwtt Jumped out, 
isaving the B«ek« of coins and 
the wallet and two guns, and 
5an down Somerset Drive un- 
Ei they aaw Mrs. Delia Har- 
'Ui, of 2704 Palm Grove Ave., 
tettiaf out of her automobile^ 
It tlte curb* l*ey f<wfced her^ 
It gunpobit to drive them^ 
iway. 

Woman UnHarm^ 
Mrs, Harris and her tarj 

it^ere located later at Longj 

Beach Blvd. and 24th St., un*J 

larmed. 
The wounded Evans was| 

tiken to Georgia Street Re-H 

leiving Hoepltal for treat-J 

jieat, then transferred to the 

Prison ward of General Hos- 1 

^^a i i comoani o>r BfoWn, ESCAPED — John F. Mo- 
" — ^^ "^ loiie^ in charge of FBI of- 
fice here, who norfowly 
escdpecTtfeoth in cuptjL*. 




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JUL 1 1 195B 




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ank Holdup 
Pair Seized 




jnii\ K 3UL0NE 
i^artd by a quick shot 



Bullet Hits 
Suspect in 
GmJLrm 

^ 4jttyt;4ir%j^ >*bcrt by 
one of his aiaM^isaTed the 
We of Jc*ua f , Malone, 
loc«l FBI chief, yesterday 
whfen the 0-men closed In 
on two bank robbery sus- 
pects in Watts. 

Lets thin tbree hours after 
the benlc holdup, the FBI 
tr«tee<l the two suipiicsts to a 
housp at Vl2i Ptjsnioee straet^ 
Watts. 

One of th6 men Was fluished 
from unfler a IJ^edU Malone 
found the other man hldlnjr 
behind clothes in a cJdeefe and 
<i^agged him out 

But at the man came out, 
he levi^L^ a revolver at Ma- 
l(me*a html. Before he could 
sto^r, ^ent M l^levaok flrtd. 

Pl9Vf.e^'s bullet tlpjjed 
tbroug£i the bandit siispcct'5 
gun £nn and iato his chest. 

The wounded man, who 
was tatetn to Georgia street 
neceivliif Ho«|>ital, .identified 
liimselt S3 Barnes Q-. Kvans, 
22. His companttn gave the 
name at Ma-^e^own, 21. 

Pclico s^arSfe^patr ad- 
mitted they are holdup men 
^frcDi Philadelphia md thsit 
they have robbed threo liquor 
stores here adnee their arrivrr 
from the- eastern ci^ less than" 

month a^g3. 

Tb-c gunplay in Watts cli* 
maxed the $1600 robbery of a 

l^raricli at Am We>;t Ad$*£i^s 
?:cmevard and ths Klir.r4j*ing 



arned men entered v^^ero i2 
euitomers* and 17 ettsployecs, 
•Don*t do anything," one 
of the bandits shouted. 

Three teUers pressed their 
bxizzers and an alajrm soimd- 
ed. However, the bank bandits 
k^t to their task. One of the 
men Jumped over a counter, 
grabbed a bank money bag 
and atuffed it with currency. 

The gunmen ran from the 
bank and drove off in a car 
that had been parked in an 
aUey behind the bank, 

jSeveral shots were fired at 
the car by Joljn RUey, an dff- 
duty deputy sheriff, who wa^ 
among the bank customer* 
during the holdup. The bullets 
hit the car but not the ban- 
dit*. 

At Somerset drive and 28th 
s t r ^ e c, the getaway car 
akidded out of control und 
crashed into the front porch 
of a houae at 2S00 Somersit 
drive. ^* 

AlMHtDON AUTO— I 

^t hoktap «»?i ibwKtoiJd 
J»elr car, ran about half a 
,^ *M men %m Afrs. 
gella fiarris, #2, of 2704 Balm 
Orove avenue, getting out of 
nar auto* 

Th^ forced their way into 
the car with the terse fiom- 
mand: 

*I*»dy, get back in your 
ear and get going.^ 

The men kept Mrs. Harris 
covered with their guns and 
gave the directions. 

^ *L^rtei* y^^ «ihik we're 

• *What everybody docs is 
^ ,2?^^*«i»lness.» repUed 
t^5 frightened woman. 

^vSf **^ ^**«"» '*J w*s 
l»«arfag every Mautt I 



^ould cf^:^e miX rT J^n sc^ 
right" " ^^. ( 

FXEE ON FOOT— » 

The bandits got out of Mrs. 

Harris' car a*t 23rd street and 

Long Beach boulevard and 

fled on foot. 

FBI agents and police, 
searching through the car 
abandoned by the men after 
the crash, found the $1600 
stolen from the bank, several 
loaded revolvers and a tell- 
tale clew, a receipt from a 
local optometrist. 

A check with the optome-" 
trist gave officers tbe address! 
|in Watts. \ 

?JPQlice said the two mc *c^| 

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« «.r « 2800 Somerset drive, then abducted Mr» mti^ " 



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* >^SPECr IN BANK HOLDUP SHOT , 
Jmti^jBvans grimaces as detective examines wound 



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STANOARO FORM NO. C4 




Office Alemorandum • united states, government 

TO t DIRECTOR, FBI DATE: August 7, 1956 

from: ,;.t,J-SAC, LOS ANGELES (66-I7O) 
SUBJECT: joHlT F. I-IALOUE 

special agent in charge 
..Voluntary overtime 

JULY, 1956 

SAC MALONE has been included on List B due to his 
ineligibility for premium pay because of statutory grade 
limitations. 



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PERSONAL AND CONf^ENTIAL 



Mr. John F. MtloM 

Federal Boreaa ef foTettigation 

Los Angeles, Calilornia 



Dear Mr. Maloae: 



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Boardman . 
Belmont _ 

Mason 

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My att*irtioa has been called to the fact that 
in the Intersta te Transportatian of atp lii Motor Vehicle 



case inTolvu^ 



the Los Angeles 



Office condacteci lumecessary UivestigatieA to locate the 
subject after process against him had besa dismissed. 
Such investigatkMi was coiMhicted as a result ot the mis- 
handling by an employee under your superrision of a 
communication <tetod Jtane 4, 19&«, instructing that this 
inTeitigatioa be discontinued, buumueh as you are charged 
with over -all superrision of the Los Angeles Office, you 
share in the respmsibiltty for this delinquency. 

I desire that you stress to persoimel under 
your superTisiOB the necessity of promptly and properly 
jpjTOcessu^ aU o^ieial Bureau mail receWj 
oflice 80 {^taiTerror ol this type 

! Very truly fmS^t 

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HoUoman 

Gandy 





memo H. L Edwards to Mr. Mohr dated 8/9/56, TJN:baJc/mfj. 




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Mr. Mohr 8/9/56 

H. L. Edwards 

SA CLAJRENCJE E. KEWTON, JE. ASAC CURTIS O. LYNUM 

Los Angeles Division Minneapolis Office 

EOD 9/22/47 EOD 3/3/41 

GS-13, $9205 GS-14, $10,320 

Veteran; Not on Probation Nonveteran; Not on Probation 

(Ordered to Butte as ASAC on 

7/19/56) 

Upon < ysmlssal by the XJ. S. At torney, Fargo, North Dakota, of the 
complaint against j " [ fugitive subject of an Interstate Transporta- 

tion of Stolen Motor Vehicle case, ASAC Lynum, Minneapolis prepared a discontinue 
airtei dated 6/4/56 to all auxiliary officesiicluding las Angeles. Juadvertently 
ASAC Lynum neglected to advise Bureau I I was no longer a fugitivej however, he 



did instruct Investigating agent to submit report promptly* This was done under 
date of 6/7/'>6 and the Bureau was thus notified. 

The Minneapolis discontinue airtei of 6/4/56 was stamped into the 
Los Angeles Office on 6/5/56 but it was not received by SA Newton untU 6/27/56. 
Meanwhile SA Newton conducted investigation unnecessarily on 6/14/56 and 6/15/56 
and submitted a report dated 6/21/56 which was forwarded to the Bureau. 

SAC Malone, Los Angeles advised on 7/23/56 that he was unable to account 
for the whereabouts of the Minneapolis discontinue airtei from approximately 6/5/56, 
the date it was received at Los Angeles until 6/27/56, the date it was received by 
SA Newton. According to SAC Malone clerical notations on the airtei reflect the case 
file was not available when it was received and the airtei was sent to a supervisor 
without the file. The supervisor observed that it was a discontinue airtei and directed 
that it be immediately called to the attention of SA Newton to whom the case was being 
reassigned. On 7/19/56 SA Newton explained that instant case was reassigned to him 
on 6/7/56 but that he did not receive the discontinue airtei from Minneapolis until 
6/27/56. He pointed out that a notation "6/27/56" was made by him on the airtei to 
indicate that he received it on that date. In addition, SA Newton explained tliat if he 
had received the discontinue airtei before 6/14/56, tlie investigation that was made by 
him on that date would not have been conducted. 

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^EncloSuresJ^L— -— 

^©---personnel Mle of SAC John F. Malone 

SOG Minneapolis Field Office File , 

^G Loft Angeles Field Office File < 

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Aa examination of the discontinue aizteX from MinneapoUs by 
SAC Maloae revealed that it had become folded and crumpled along one side as 
though it had been jammed underneath something* According to SAC Malone none of 
the personnel in the Chief Clerk^s Office who would normally have handled the 
airtel recall it. SAC Malone stated that it appears that the airtel became lost 
either through being attached to the bottom of another file or in some other manner. 
SAC Malone also advised that the procedure utilized by the 3Los Angeles Office 
in handling teletypes and airlels has been carefully examined and no weakness 
which would cause such a delay could be found. 

SA Newton was advised by SAC Malone that he should have promptly 
informed his supervisor that he did not receive the discontinue airtel from 
Miimeapolis untU 6/27/56 so that direct responsibility for mishandling the airtel 
could be fixed. SA Newton was also advised that affixing the date *'Q/2,t/m'' to 
the airtel did not relieve him of the foregoing obligation. 

EECOMMENDAIitONOFSAC, MmNEAPOIIS 

SAC Howard, MInneapoiis recommended that ASAC Lynum be charged 
with an error of fwrmf or the delay from 6/4/56 t o 6/7/ 56 in advising Bureau 



process against I^Jiiad been dismissed and that f^n was no longer a fugitive. 



RSCOMMENDAtlON OF SAC, LOS ANGBLES 

SAC Malone, Iios Angeles recommended that no administrative action 
be taken against personnel of the Los Angeles QKlce inasmuch as it is not possible 
to fix direct responslbilifyior mishandling the discontinue airtel from Minneapolis. 

HEGOMMENBAnONS OF TJgE INVfiSTIGATIVE DIVISION 

The fovestigative l>ivisioH recommended that ASAC Lyntim and 
SAC Malone be censured. 

BBCOMMENDATIQNS OF THB ADMINtSXBAT^VE DIVISION 

1. !Ehat ASAC Lynum be censured for failing to immediately advise the 
Bureau of the dismissal of process as required. 



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2. Th9t Sh Kewton be censured for failing to promptly inform 
Ms supervisor that he did not receive the dicjcontinue airtel aatil 6/27/56. 



3. That a letter be directed to SAG JJaloae instructing him to 
tske necessary steps to insure there is no recurrence of such a delinqiiency 
by personnel nnder Ms supervision. 



PERMAHENT BRIEFS OF THE gEE^M^EL FE.BS OF SAC M^^hOm, Bh HEWTON 
Al^ ASAC hYmnil ABE ATTACHED. 

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' O^c^ Memorandum • united states ooj^^Stoj^. . 

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DATE: 



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Mr. \V 1 rerrow«i 

T^l. U> m _ 

Mr. a Ur.man.,, 

Miss Oandy 



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R«alet 7/13/56. 

I&clo««d ar« ty£^le« of « Maoorandm of ts«pl*xiatioii dated 
7/19/56 of ax CLABBKJl B/TOWW, JR. 

A Twrtw of th« Lm Aiifel«« flU in this c«»« ref l«ct» tl»t 
tlie Ld« Angelo* copy of lllmj««poU« «lrt«l dated 6/V5» '»• block- 
•tM^i&^nto thi. office on 6/5/56. ClerlcalnotatloM^ o« the .erlal 
reflect tbat tbe file was not In and that the alrtel waa called to the 
atte»tloo of the Si^^errieor vlthoiit the file. lIotin« that It wa a 
dUcootlnue alrtel, the Superrieor directed that aOTroiapiate notations 
be aade and thajj the eerlal be iMiediately called to t^ attention of 
^k mad! to vtaaia the caae was beiii« reaaoigw^. - j^ j:, ^. 

~ t--~ An exMlaatlon of the alrtel In question reflScU JLt'todTbeco^i' 
fSLdad ud crwfled alOB« one elde aa though It had been >Med uMcmeath 
e&M^iinc. The aerial also contains a notation placed thereon by &A 
nHTuTreiiiiag «» '<>U<'v«< "6/27/56". As 8A OHWW exslained In hia:?:' 
viMoand^ he f«t this notation on the serial in tIcv of Vf»^^7 ^ 
reci^Ting It. 



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Imrm handled this serial recall 
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The procedure utilised in hMHia C ^QlA^itf^iii^ fci^^tels haa 
carefully com into and no veakopss 'rfMii ijl|lt|i H ■ ■fsudt a jj eUy 



found. 





I hare carefully es^hasised to ti^^ioaa^l ^Tg^*^^_f*g^ 
-that loas or niaroiuting of a«i;^ls aost be-wvofded uad x '"^^f'W***^ ^ 
to them th* added coat to the 'OoT#Di|Si|^ for such an error. SA HWTWI y 
vas adTisS that he should have caUed tlhlif delay to^the attention of y^ 



his Supervisor ao that 
have bMH. poesibl^. 
serial did not reUjs; 

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7/23/56 



T Tf««iv»>i M It doM not appear po««lbl« to fix the responalblUty 
for the delay In thla eaae, no adalalstratlTe action i» recflBBended, 






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August ?, 1V56 



ERRORS: 



1. Minneapolis - Minneapolis was advised of dis- 
missal or process against rugitlve | | on 6/14-/56 and while 
auxiliary ofl'ices were notified or same by Minneapolis 6/l|./56 
airtel, the Bureau was not immediately advised. Minneapolis 
subsequently advised the Bxareau of rhe dismissal oy a 6/7/56 
report, 

2« Los Angeles - Despite receipt oy Los Angeles 
of Minneapolis 6/I4./56 discontinue airtel, Los Angeles by 
6/21/56 report of Clarence E, Newton, Jr., reported results 
of f\agitive investigation conducted on June II4. and J'', 1956. 

EXPLANATION OF PEKSOWKEL; 

1, Minneapolis - ASAC Curtis oALynum admits 
error m not promptly informing Bureau of dismissal of 
process, error being caused through inadvertence* 

2, Los Angeles - SA Clarence E. Newton, Jr., who 
prepared Los Angeles "6/21/56 report, advised chat Mihneapolis 
discontinue airtel of 6/li./56 was not received by him until 
6/27/56. 

RECOMMENDATION OF SACS; 

Minneapolis - SAC Howard recommends no administra- 
tive action as ASAC Lynura notified all auxiliary 01 rices to 
discontinue and as no tmneceasary investigation attMbUtable 
t;o error in Minneapolis Office was con^tucted in this cane, 
SAC has scored error in folder of ASAC Lynum, 

Los Angeles - SAC Malone recommends no administra- 
tive action as it has not been possible ro affix the responsi- 
billty for the temporary loss or delay m routing Minneapolis 
6/i4./56 airtel to SA Newton. SAC Malone has questioned all 
personnel in the Chief Cleric's Ofrice who handled serial and 
none can recall same. He has reviewed procedures in handling 
teletype and airtels and has discovered no weakness W^ich 
would cause delay in routing or such material. SAC points 
out that airtel in question was folded ana crumpled along one 
Side giving the appearance it had been jammed underneath 
something. Ho states it appears the serial became attached 
to the bottom of another file. 

Enclosures (2) 

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RECOMMEHDATIONS OF INVESTIGATIVE DIVISION! 

!♦ Mlniieapolis - Censure Is recomnended for ASAC 
Lynum for falliire to iamedlately notify Biireau of diamisaal 
of process. Attached is letter to SAC, Minneapolis instruct- 
ing that error not be scored in the folder of ASAC Lynum as 
Bucreau is handling this matter by separate communication. 



2» Los Angeles « It is recommended that SAC Malone 
be censxired for the poor administration of the Chief Clerk's 
Office which resulted in the teB5)orary loss of the discontinue 
airtel* No further administrative action is reconmended at 
Los Angeles as responsibility for the improper handling of 
the discontinue airtel cannot be specifically fixed* Attached 
is a letter to Los Angeles emphasising necessity of proper 
handling of Bureau mail and instructing that proper precau- 
tions be inmiediately taken to prevent recurrences of situa- 
tions of this typec ^ /)^ 




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Office Alemorandum • unitfi' states government 

DATE. 7/19/56 t( 



SAC, Los Angeles 



FROM : SA CLAKENCE E. NEVttOH, Jr. 



SUBJECT: 



Fugitive 

ITSMV 



Was. 4 



ReBulet 7/13/56. 

This investigation was assigned to the yn^iter 
on 6/7/56, having been reassigned froa SA\_ 



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The waiter's investigation was conducted on b/l'^/^o ana vne 
results dictated on iA5/56 in report form, this report belnj 
dated 6/21/56. 

On 6/27/56 the writer received Minneapolis air tel 
dated 6/4/56 discontinuing this investigation. A notation 
was made^aV the time on date of receiving ^<ier my initials. 
Had the writer received this information prior to 5/14/50 
the Investigation would not have been conducted. 



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August 16, 1956 



Personal and ConfYdeatial 



Mr. John F# Maloae 

I^adoral Bureau of liavastlgatioii 

Los il^geles, California 

JQear Malone: 



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Z am ixideed pleased to note that 
your office reported no delinquencies £ts of 
July 31, 1950, amd 1 want to express my ap- 
preciation and ccxnmendation . 

You have ^vexy reason to be proud 
of this evidence of your, continuing, effective 
leadership in this phase of your responsibil- 
ities. The results achieved in your divisioa 
have t>eeu most gratifying to ae, particularly 
since this is the third time such a notable 
' ^ acconpli^ment has Imen recorded by Itos Angeles. 

j Sincerely yours, 

"'"''^-^--'^iKOLzhlb ^<l^ 

: 67-2SG142 . ,, ^^ 

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Nichols 

Boardman 

Belmont 

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Auguut Sl^ 2956 



Director, TBI 



TWO^MT COtrEBlKCMa ^j j 



^' PERSONAL ATTENTION 



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T0U should rmpmr* t0 il##ai 5S27^ jf* S. JD^partment 0f Justice 
Bmildimff, Mfmth and JNimim§Immmim Ap0HU0, Merikmmmt, Wa^kimgten, Dm C*^ 
an Oet0b0r 1, 1936, at 9 A^Mm fnr attemdane^ at fi^^^Jksty Canf^rtme^a* 

Confirm att0n4mmm0^ 



CC - Mr. Qearty 

ESC: bag 

^ The Director has approved Mro Malone^s attendance at the SOG on 10^1 and 
10^2^56. 



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AUG 211956 
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*ni» quarterly report liateil July 13, 1056, 
sufaBiittea by Sp«ci*l Agent V* Kathati Trovim» per* 
taiai^ to an organissatioa of ooBSiderabie interest 
to the Bureau in internal security matters is aa ex- 
tremely fiae iIooMent reflecting coasiOerAole thougiit 
aaa ef ioiTfc oa t&e part of everyone Hflio partioipatetf 
ia its preparation, 

1 therefore waat to ccmm&mX you aua, 
tltrougli you, the agents whoso skill, application 
to Outy aaa analytical ability niere respoosible. I 
ce5?taiBly api^reeiate sucli a gratifying e^^aple of 
their eatiM*»iastic, couscieiitious approach to tlie|.r 
officiit^. IfMities, -7 

--^^-^^ Sincerely yours, "^,. 

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Tjolsoa 
Nichols 
Boardman 
Belmont - 
Mason — 

Mohr 

Parsons _ 
Rosen , — 
Tamm — 



SAC, lios Angeles (Personal. ,.^^i«^iDa) -, ^ , 

Reurlet 8/14/56 captioned '^fowAuNISTryeirrv^ USA'/ in^ftIC?r 
13..,." The Bureau feels generjf^^oBjmeiidation to_y^r^i££fifi», 
is warranted rather than indivlduefl. let^qlk^^ You are, however, 
instructed to place a copy of this letter in the field per- 
sonnel files of the agents involved. 



Personnel files of SAs: 
W. Nathan Frovinse 
John F. Russell 







Nease 

Winterrowd — . 
Tele. Room — 

Holloman 

Gandy . 



f Bxmney Stewart 
^^Williwa J. XTolan 

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Marcus M, Brigh t 

Leon J» Meyer 
W* t>ames Wood 
Elmer E. Llnberg 



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Perf^onal and Coif Montial 



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"-«««%'>«*ii*?»te 



!*r, John F. I'aloae 

rr!c:Dral Dureau of Invcntifjation 

Boat' !:r. I'aloao: 

I want you to kno-sr that I an extrenoly 
0ratif 5.ed with the very ti.no trork that i?as doao 
ia the Los Aagoles Office relative to the location 
and apprehGasioa of I |, fup-i 

id 



tiv© aud escaped federal prisoner. 



CO " -^ 

The interest you displayed in this b 5 
instance in personally supervising this case, I 3 ti o "^ 
feel , was responsible to a ciaterial extent for ^ «_, ^ 
the apprehension of this dangerous subject with-^ ^ .^^ 
out incident. I want to cojmaead you for your 2 *~^ i j;;:! 
extreme devotion to duty and for discharging; youi ^ 
responsibilities with such great care. ^ g 



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RECTOR 

LEAVING LOS ANGELES SEPT. 5 VIA SANTA FE SUPER CHIEF 7 PM// 
RR TIME, ARRIVE CHIQAGO 12:30 PM SEPT. 7, LEAVE CHICAGO ^' '■ 
7:50 PM, ARRIVE S=CRANTON 2:15 PM SEPT. 8, ALL RR TIME. 
MY ADDRESS WILL BE 124 SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET, CARBONDALE, 
PENNA., TELEPHONES CARBONDALE 1993 OR JERMYN 111. WILL BE 
IN CONTACT WITH PHILADELPHIA OFFICE. ASAC FELT IN CHARGE.. 




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Ojjice lAemorandum • united states government 



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SUBJECT: 



Mr . Mohr 



H. L. Edwards 



DATE: 9-18-56 







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JOHN P. MLONE 

Special Agent in Charge 

Los Angeles Office 

EOD 5-4-42; GS-17, $13,975 

Non-Veteran; Not on Probation 



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The following is a brief and concise summary of SAC Malone's 
record for the Director's use. 

It is noted, on 9-1-55 he was PLACED ON PROBATION inasmuch as 
the August, 1955, inspection had been reviewed and it was noted a number 
of very serious deficiencies were found by the Inspector ♦ He was removed, 
from probation on 11-25-55 • During 1956 he has been Censured on six 
different occasions and has been Commended on :iri;.ne; occasions, and 
received a CASH AWARD of $200.00 on 7-12-56. 

On 12-18-55 he was Reallocated to Grade GS-17. 

His daily average overtime for the past six months is as follows; 
March, 4 hours 15 minutes; April, 4 hours 35 minutes; May, 4 hours 16 
minutes; June, 4 hours 4 minutes; July, 4 hours 39 minutes; and August, 
3 hoiirs 43 minutes. 

He has no offices of preference. 






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Federal Bureau of inveotigation 

Lo& Angeles, California 

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DeLoach iias informed me of the excellent 
assistance you rendered during tiie isbth National Convention 
01 the American iiCgion in jlos Angeles. It was refreshing 
to note that you were so interested in furthering the Bureau ♦s 
work in this connection. 

I am certain that your assistance -was 
instrumental in making the assignment of iaessrs. DeLoach 
and £Eanning much easier for them; consequently, I wanted 
to drop you a note and express my personal appreciation. 



Sincerely yours. 



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MEMORAMDIIM FOB MR. TOLSOK 



\ x^ Today, I sav i^peclal Agent ju Charge John F» Malone, 

ol tfi«t^s Angeles Fietd Division. Mr. Malone msdces a mature 
and eil^eH«pt persdnal iqipearance. 

X discussed yfi\h Mr. Malone the fact that I had noted that 
his ofiice had dropped in the number of automofbUes recovered during 
the first two months of the current fiscal year, as compared with the 
first two months of the previous fiscal year. 

I also called Mr. Malone* s attention to the fact that 
his Agents were closing but 9.16 cases per Ag^t per month, lii^ereas 
the average for the service ^^as 9. 35. 

1 also called Mr. Malone*s attention to the fact that it 
had been necessary to write thirty-four letters of censure to the Los 
Angeles Field Division durii^ the last six months and that X considered 
this excessive. 

Very truly yours, 

\ - \ / \. »>;.' i ! 

John Edgar Hoover 
Director 



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MR. TOLSON 



L. B. Nicaqfltt^ 



DATE: 



September 12, 1956 



SUBJECT: 38th^TIONAL CONVENTION .A/ C ^^ 
THE .^AERICAN LEGION /// SA / ,! / 

LOS ANGELlS, CXUfOrnIA ' T—^ 

SEPTEMBER 3-6, 1956 ^ 




Vioterrowd _ 
Tele. Room . 

HoUoman 

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National convention held September 3-6, 1956, Los Anceles 
Estimated 100, 000 Legionnaires attended. Meetings of Americanism Cominission 
and Countersubversive Activities Committee began 8-31-56. 

RESOLUTIONS AFFECTING FBI : 

Four regolutions eommending FBI presented to convention. These 
emanated from District of Columbia, Maryland, Tennessee, and the National 
^^^^/^ Comjnissioa of the Legion. These resolutions coordinated into one 
which passed unaninjously before full convention. Director's telegram to National 
i3^"^fv!L^S^ Lejion for commendation of FBI read before convention 9-6-56 
and received witii ovation. Press releases issued to wire services and newspapers 
re^cUng comnaendation of Director and FBI persomiel. These releases carri^ 
by all Los Angeles papers (example attached). 

MISCELLANEOUS RESOLUTIiGNS: 

h,.«i,.rH* u^4 I*i^ ^ ®^ resolutions considered by convention committees and 
Drottg^ before fuU convention. Seven resolutions condemned UNESCO Four 
resolutiwis criticized^ Fund for tiie Republic and caUed for speedy i^emo^ 
^«tJ«!.*®'^^ ^tus.Two resolutions called for ccmgressional investigation into 

^^^Z^li^^St^^'^^''^'^''^ "^«^ and Emergency Civil Li^rties U^on. 
jrJfi/ « ,^ reflected that many charges had been made regarding communist 
finfUtration into National Association for tiie Advancement d ^o^ Pe^e^d tiiat 
^/^S„?'^^^?^ ^ inveirtiipited to determine wheti^er true or Sl^. FoS * 
«!^?^ J^^ ^"^ restoratiai of states i;lghts legislation regaatding subversion 
^^T: *^ ?;°^«^«t ccmtrol statutes. Tfaiide resolutions s^ScaUy set fS 
tiiat states rights were being usurped by Supreme Court, m fa^egoiS2bLSx^ 
mentioned were coordinated aiid passed successfuUy on floor of convention? ^. 



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Memorandum to Mr. Tolson from L. B, Nichols 

N BW NATIONAL COMMANDER : 

As Director had been previously advised, W. C. "Dan" Daniels was 
selected as the 1956-1957 National Commander. Daniels paid courteay call upon 
Dinector in May, 1956, He is 42 years of age, makes good appearance, is 
excellent speaker, and very security-minded. Cooperation with Daniels should be 
excellent. A call was made on him during convention, at which time the Director's 
congratvilations were expressed. A letter has been prepared also extending 
congratulations . 

MISCELLANEOUS : 

i(l) Our book, "The FBI Story, " is to be placed on the "must reading list" for 
all Legionnaires. This is a list maintained by national headquarters of the Legion 
and concerns all top-notch books recommended for reading by Legion memb"ers. 

(2) Two thousand (2,000) copies of Director's article, "The Communist New 
Lock - A Study in Duplicity, " were disseminated by Legion staff members to delegates 
attending convention. Many favorable remarks were overheard regarding this 
article. 

(3) FBI received a great deal of acclaim during convention as result of 
Weinberger and Riesel cases. 

(4) Gordon W. Roseljp, national executive conmiitteeman from the State of 
I Wisconsin, spoke extemporaneously before the Americanism Commission for 

approximately 15 minutes lauding the FBI and its work in the internal security field. 
I He called upon the Legionnaires to offer constant support to the Bureau. Roselfp 
has been very friendly for the past several years. DeLoach rose and thanked him 
for his commendatory remarks and included the fact that all members of the 
Americanism Commission had been of service to the FBI. Roselip^s remarks were 
strictly voluntary and it is being recommended that the attached letter be forwarded 
to him thanking him for his remarks. 

RECOMMENDATIONS: 

(1) A letter has already been forwArded to the new National Commander, "Dan" 
Daniels; consequently, ho recomnnendliaHLOfl is being made concerning a letter to him in 
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Mtu-.orandum to Mr. Tolson irom L. B. Nichols 

(2) There is attached a suggested letter from the Director to outgoing 
National Commander J. Addir^on Wagner who was most cooperative during his 
term of office and who it is felt will continue to be a good friend in the future. 



(3) There is attached a suggested letter to Gordon W. Roselip, national 
executive committeeman from Wisconsin, in accordance with the foregoine 
information. * * 



(4) There is attached a suggested letter to William Hauck, Assistant 
K ^"lu ^£;*!"^ °^ ^^ American Legion, who made many commendatory remarks 
about the FBI during the convention and who introduced Messrs. Banning and DeLoach 
to numerous influential members of the Legion. 



(5) SAC John F. Malone was most helpful during the convention and spent 
numerous hours of overtime in meeting Legionnaires. He made a most favorable 
showing for tiie Bureau at the national conunanders banquet. There is attached a 
suggested letter to Malone. 



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(6) Special Agent ] | Los Angeles, was very helpful in 

assisting in the arrangement of newspaper contacts and the handling of the Dr eas 
release given out concerning the Bureau. Special Agent I 1 ws 



also most helpful in the same regard and a suggested letter to him. as weU as 



is attached. 



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.-Ier--i>randuin to Mr. Tolson from L. B. Nichols 

(?) Sj>2cial Agent Donald G. Hanning accompanied DeLoach to the coua-ntio;. 
and made a most favorable showing for the Bureau. Hanning is one of the fev. 
survivors of the Bataan death march and, as a resiilt, is always regarded very 
hi^y in Legion circles. He, like DeLoach^ attended all meetings of the 
Americanism Commission and the Countersubversive Activities Committee. He 
put in a large number of hours of overtime and is believed worthy of commendation 
regarding his performance. A suggested letter is attached. 










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ESCAPED FEOBHAL PRISONIR 



Re: Atlanta teletype 8/SO/56* 



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Mr. Nichol8„ 



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Mr. Rosen 

Mr. Tamra 



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Miss Gandy . _ 






I escaped trom. a Georgia Prison Canp where 
he was serving a two year concurrent sentence for ITSM7 
in conjxmction with a five year State sentence for forgery. 
Subject had previously escaped fros confinement. He waui 
known to be ar«ed and had made statements he would not be 
taken alive. He was conisidered extrp»ely dangerous. 






residing atl 



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Los Angeles. 



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such address and survey disclosed the area is aeai-industrial ^ 
A stirvey of the area disclosed no one bv the na ae of I I 
resided in the areaj however, one I I resi^a^ng in 

a large apartment hoiuse was described as closely resembling 
the subject. It was «aso ascertained he had recently aSfived 
in Los A ngeles with his wife and two small children. Subject 

I i was believed to be with his wife and two small 
children and further disor»et_in3ffiBtigation resulted in 

■: a positive identification of as the subject. 



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tigating ageiftH. On the basis nof their survey and plans, 
the subject was apprehended after he left his apartiaeat 
and at a time when he was alone and away from his wife and 
two children. At tlMt time of his apprehension, he adwe* 

he was taken by sur^K^tt ^N*) «Pfe»ti»« <>^"«*'?-..^« ..„ 
stated that had he been armed, he would havej^hot it out 
and he would rather be killed than taken, ttjj^..'" ^ ^ 

I was also at the appl&SehSitln' irpen.e and personal 



pl&hih5t2n'-i^p 

checked the results of the surveys and p3j 
observed the manfier in w^ich Supervisorl_ 



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It is obvious that If the subject had "«ade" any phase of 
this operation, he would have responded In a highly dangerous 
■lanner. 

The apprehension was effected with a MinliHum of risk 
to the agents and in such a way that there was no danger to the 
subject's wife and children. 

It was a situation which was fraught with potential 
embarrassment to the Bureau and I feel that the suoe esa of the 
operatio n resulted from t he exce llent work of Agents 
and of Supervisor! ' 



I recommend that they receive letters of commendation. 



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HEPEIl IS UNCLASSIFIED EXCEPT 
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EXIHPTEE' FP.OH AUTOllATIC 

DICLASSIFICATIOIJ 

AUTHORITY D1RI¥II> FROH: 

FBI ATJTOIUITIC DICLASSIFICATIOM 

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DATE 02^14-2011 



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Personal and C^fl^«^^ 



Mr. John F* Malo&e 
Federal Bureau of liaveiitigatloii 
rifaaa iuigeles j CalHortiia 

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The excellent work done by agents of your division 
relative to the contact ot & highly confidential aource ol inform 
matlon on September 22, 13116, pertaining to internal ^^ecurity 
matters has prompted me to espress my sincere appreciation 
in this way. 

I wish that y on would eag^ress to s pecial Agents 
] Uason G. Ca msbaHJ 



James A. Miiils, Neal McGinnis and[ 



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my personal commendation for the praiseworthy skiU, resoorcc^ C3 
Mness and devotion to duty they displayed is^hauKS^ this deli- ° 
cate »id diMcnlt assignment* This was a^^n^ d^ 



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captioned j | ~ VENEZUELAj ESPlONi^Gl - VENEZtfB&A,^ 

B^«^^pM information submitted by you, Bure^ ^flfp^jWel t|i^ " 
indiviauaf letters of commendation are warranted* Cc^^wrafis letter 




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Federal Bureau of Investigatioa 

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Dear Malone: 






The splendid accomplishment of the Lob iuigeiii g 
Office in reporting no delinquencies for the past five mo^B^^ 
has prompted me to let you Know in this way of my since^e^ § % 
appreciation. -^ ^ 






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1 have, of coarse, derived considerable satisfactidfi 
from tills continuing evidence of your capable leadership, and 
I am pleased to take this opportunity to thank you for the 
excellent fashion in which you have handled your responsibilities. 

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SUBjfiCT: JOItl F. i-lALOIIE 

S^^eoial A;enc in Charce 
R^"Iii^.3T ?0?t :;.10 GLCOoI PIICT03 




DATE: October 3, 195^ 



Ig is requested that the Bureau furrdsh 23 G'lossj photoe 
of the aDOve-naiVied,, sise v:dO, as per cop;; attached. These 
photos are used in ooiinection with speech r.:atters . 



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Reference is riade to yom» latter dated October 3| 
19^6 1 trt'mrnittin:;^ one photograph of above-captioned subject. 

In accordance idth joiir request, [jlossy plioto- 
j;^apli2 h^^Te been r»?ie and ere beini;: f ori^rarded to jour office 
hcrci^ith* The original pho^on?ap][i is also enclosed. 







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UACB ASAC BACHMAN AND I WILL BE ABSENT FROM THE LOS ANGELES 
OFFICE OCTOBER 10 NEXT FROM 12:00 NOON UNTIL 1:30 PM TO ATTEND 
LOS ANGELES COUNTY PEACE OFFICERS MEETING. I DESIRE TO INTRO- 
DUCE ASAC BACHMAN TO THIS GROUP. SUPERVISOR ELMER F^.^CTnBERG 
ACTING. 



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Mr. Nichols. 




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Mr. Mohr 

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FBI./LOS ANGELES 
TOECTOR, FBI 

JOHN F. MALONE, SAC, LA, SUBPOENA RECEIVED, I RECEIVED SUBPOENA THIS 
DATE TO APPEAR MUNICIPAL COURT, LA, JAN. SEVEI^ NEXT IN CASE ENTITLED 
STATE OF CALIF^. , PLAINTIFF, VERSUS 
ISSUED AT REQUEST OF DEFENDANT POSTER, WHO IS WELL KNOWN TO LA OFFICE 
ON BASIS PREVIOUS COMPLAINTS RECEIVED FROM HIM. 



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\ DEFENDANT. SUBPOENA 



IS IDENTIFIED 



IN LA FILES AS MENTAL CASE, HAVING RECEIVED DISCHARGE FROM COAST 
GUARD FOR REASON OF MENTALITY. ALSO, SUBJECT OF SELECTIVE SERVICE 
MATTER, LA, FORTY SIX. | | ACCORDING TO COURT RECORD, CHARGED 
WITH FELONIOUS ASSAULT ON PERSON OF LT. I l > DISTRICT 



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ATTORNEY-S OFFICE, LA, WHO WAS ASSAULTED BY 
DA-S OFFICE, JAN. TWO LAST, APPROX. EIGHT AM. | 



IN RECEPTION ROOM, 
VISITED DA-S 



OFFICE TO GIVE COMPLAINT CONCERNING W/^m. HEAD WAS BUGGED, PEOPLE WERE 

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FOLLOWING HIM, PEOPLE ATTEMPTING TO KILL HIM UWOTm'E'^ UPON REFUSAL 



OF DA-S OFFICE TO ACCEPT COMPLAINT, 
AND WAS SUBDUED BY 



ASSAULTED LT. 



COMMITTED 



AND UNIFORMED POLICEMEN. 
TO JAIL AND PRESENTLY BEING GIVEN PSYCHO EXAMS BY LOCAL AUTHORITIES. 
COURT RECORD REFLECTS 



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IS DEFENDING SELF, AND REASON FOR MY 

SUBPOENA UNKNOWN. I WILL APPEAR AS DIRBSTEIL-BX-SUBP-OENA -AND"BtIREAU 

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f22!^k?5 /i*J^ *?*■ *?• ****** **' 8«pt«ib«r r«n.ct that 
I X ??" »nd Lott Mf»l«ii again r«port«d no cWllnaumciaa 
»at *h« •a* ot Hmpt^h*t tiad in fact th«B« w«r« th« only 

two offl<Mis report lAf no dillnqu«nol«s. "ZXZI^' 

1.*-. uj .- ^^" ^* ***• "^^^^ oon»«cutiv« aonth in which 
NMiphi* has r«portfd no idiilinqu«noiM and th« fifth 
^cona«otttivo ttonth for Lo« lngttl«s. 

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SACk of th« for«soi;pg officer w«r« com«nd«d 
in August for thsir fourth and third oons«cutiv« "zero" 
delinquency reports. 




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for their outstanding aceosplishMents in reporting no 
delinquencies for the sixth and fifth consecutive aon^&hs 
respectively, if approved, letters attached. T/ 

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RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



I certify that I have received the 
returned 




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The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsiU^, for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use ha/peen completed, 
DO NOT MARK OR IRITE ON IT ORpTILATE IT IN 

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REURTEI, JAMAK FOUR, LAST* COmCS USA, I.OS AKfflS, BE CASE 
mmm «SIA!iS OP CAIFORSIA, VUMW^ YS< 
AND AT!I!EMPT 20 HAW SUBPOEE QHftSHBD. 

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Los Angeles, California 



Dear IMDr. Malone: 



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I have carefully considered the facts you have 
submitted in explanation of your handling of th e Investigation 



of the reported kidnaping of 



and the con- 



clusion is inescapable that this situation was handled very 
badly by you* It is apparent that a more aggressive domination 
of the investigation on your part was called for in view of its 
nature and obvious importance. In this respect you failed 
to adequately carry out the Bureau's responsibilities and 
protect its best interests. 



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JxL addition, you were most derelict in failing 
to keep the Bureau promptly bxA currently advised c^ all 
pertinent developments as they occurred. Your explanation 
for this failure most certainly is not adequate. 

The way in which you functioned in this investi- 
gation was most disappointing. I shall certainly expect a 
much higher calibre performance from you in any future 
investigative matters of such importance. 



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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATIOH 
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COMMUHICATIONS SECTIOH 

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VICTIM, KIDNAPING. FOLLOWING IS BEING 

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HOME YESTERDAY ^IoRNI:NG 



WHY I .DID NOT GO IMMEDIATELY TO THE 
AND, TWO, FAILURE OF LA OFFICE TO KEEP BUREAU ADVISED DURIN^^^DAY,:' 
OF PERTINeIiT DEVELOPMENTS. ANSWER ONE. I WAS NOTIFIED OF.THE.^'ftLLEGED 
KIDNAPING AT MY HOME AT SIX FORTYFOUR AM. - I ARRIVED AT THE OFFICE AT 
SEVEN TWENTYFOUR AM. AT THIS TIME LA OFFICE STILL DID NOT HAVE 
COMPLETE DETAILS OF WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED, VALLEY DISTRICT OF LAPD 
WAS CONTACTED AND SERGEANT ON DUTY ADVISED HE DID NOT HAVE THE FACTS, 
THaI^ALL PERSONNEL FROM THE STATION WERE AT THE 



HOME, AND 



THAT "the SERGEANT DID NOT KNOW THE ADDRESS OR THE TELEPHONE NUMBER OF 
THE 



HOME. HE STATED THAT HE WOULD ASCERTAIN 'THE DESIRED INFO 



AND HAVE SOMEONE CALL IMMEDIATELY. AT SEyXN^IHIRI-YWE-AM-SERGEANT 

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loF THE LAPD CALLED WITH THE DETAiLS OF THE 'ALLEGED KIDNAPING. 

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THE CALL WAS COMPLETED AT SEVEN FIFTWIVE AM. I THEN CALLED A CON- 

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FERENCE OF AGENTS IN THE OFFICE, BR^'FED THEM ON THE AVAILABLE FACTS, 
MADE ASSIGNMENTS AND THEN CALLED T|t BUREAU AT EI G-HT TWENTYFOUR AM. 
I TALKED WITH THE BUREAU UNTIL NINrAM. I DID NOT FEEL THAT I SHOULD 



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LEAVE THE OFFICE UNTIL I HAD MORE COMPLETE FACTS, UNTIL APPROPRIATE 
\ INSTRUCTIONS HAD BEEN ISSUED TO PERSONNEL AND UNTIL ASAC BACHMAN 
ARRIVED AT THE OFFICE. HE WAS EN ROUTE FROM THE WEEKLY CONFERENCE 
WITH THE USA. ATTEMPTS WERE MADE TO INTERCEPT HIM BEFORE HE WENT TO 
THE CONFERENCE BUT HE HAD ALREADY LEFT HOME. I THEN PROCEEDED TO 

HOME. I REALIZE FULL WELL THE IMPORTANCE OF ARRIVING 



THE 



AT THE VICTIM-S HOME IMMEDIATELY IN ORDER TO GAIN CONTROL AND DOMINATE 
THE SITUATION. HOWEVER, IN THIS INSTANCE, IN VIEW OF THE FACT THAT THE 
POLICE DID NOT ADVISE THIS OFFICE UNTIL SIX TWENTY AM, DESPITE THE 
FACT THAT THEY HAD BEEN ON THE CASE SINCE ONE THIRTY AM, I 
FELT IT WOULD BE BETTER TO TAKE THE ACTION OUTLINED ABOVE. QUESTION 
TWO. THE BUREAU WAS CALLED ASIX FIFTYNINE AM AND EIGHT TWENTYFOUR 
AM. AT ONE TEN pM ASSISTANT DIRECTOR ROSEN CALLED THE LA DIVISION. 
BETWEEN NINE AM AND ONE TEN RM ASAC BACHMAN WAS MAKING ASSIGNMENTS 
AND CORRELATING INFO AT THE LA OFFICE. HE WAS JUST PLACING A CALL 
FOR THE BUREAU WHEN HE RECEIVED MR. ROSEN-S CALL. HE FELT THAT PRIOR 
TO THIS TIME THERE WAS NOT SUFFICIENT NEW DATA DEVELOPED IN VIEW OF 
THE FACT THAT CONSIDERABLE TIME WAS BEING CONSUMED BY AGENTS IN 
ARRIVING AT PLACES OF ASSIGNMENT AND CONDUCTING INTERVIEWS. AT THE 

HOME I WAS INTERVIEWING THE VICTIM-S MOTHER AND OTHER AGENTS 



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WERE INTERVIEWING HOUSEHOLD PERSONNEL FOR TWO HOURS AFTER ARRIVAL. 

ASKED THAT HER PHONES BE KEPT OPEN AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE 



IN CASE HER DAUGHTER SHOULD CALL. THE OFFICE WAS CONTACTED PERIOD- 
ICALLY BY RADIO DURING THE INTERVIEW AS LEADS DEVELOPED, AFTER MR. 
BOARDMAN-S CALL OF TWO FORTYFIVE PM AND AFTER INFO BEGAN TO DEVELOP 
MORE RAPIDLY, THE BUREAU WAS KEPT ADVISED ON A CONTINUING gASIS. 

MALONE 
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INVESTIGATIVE DIVISION RECOMENDATION r 

Letter of censure for SAO Malone for failvire to perfect 
adequate arrangements to maintain constant contact with the 
headquarters office so that important developments co\3ld be 
furnished to/i the B-ureau as they occurred. 



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(Priority or Method of Mailing) 

IRECTOR, FBI 

SAC, LOS^NGELES (62-228-4683) 

JOHN P. MALONE, 
SPECIAL AGENT IN CHARGE, 
LOS ANGELES 
SUBPOENA RECEIVED 

Re Bureau tel 1/5/57. 



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Through agreement between USA^ M, and LA County 
DA^s Office, I did not appear in answer to subpoena • 

Felony case dismissed and subject recommended by 
court for psychiatric examiiaation* 



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liftille proceeding west on Wllslilre Boulevard at. 3:15 I^.H 
da 1/11/57* in i?he outsidle lane* t ^p2?oached Union Street and' 
changed from the outside to the inside lane and then slowed up 
for the red light &% the oomer of Union and Wllshlre preparatory 
to aaglcing a right turn* As I slowed up, $. hus proeeeding along 
^im §urb bumped into, the 3?ear ot Car #o* t was fully aware that 
the bus was behind jae and he should have had ample time to stop. 



_32ifi<d3?iver of the bus was 



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J ios Angeles Transit ^mpmy* 



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The bus was praotically stopped at the time of the impaot 
and there was no damage to the Bureau $ar or to the bus* Police 
were not sailed* l)river«* ii^jense infomiation was exchanged* 



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Federal Bureau of iavestigaticn 

Los Angeles, California 



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Dear Malone: 












I have read your memorandum of February 5, 
1957, setting forth in detail matters which transpired at 
^ a meeting of Committee Members of the Peace Officers 
''V^ Association of California on February 1, 1957, and want.*' 
<to commend you for the forthright manner in which you^'*' 
dealt with Chief of Police William H. Parker. 

"' T?ou were absolutely right in calling his •: 

hand as you did and the prompt and decisive manner4i4 ^ 
wMoh you made the Bureau*s position in investigattvS "^ , 
matters unmistakably clear to him was indeed reC^^n^ 
to note. Yourjrepresentaf^on.pftheBureattoatiiis^rrt o*. 
occasion was excejrfionaUy well handle d and I -wan^:^ 
to know of my sincere gr^tl|u4ef : ____ 



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f^iios OWXam^ ^^.^QOOXAfmu ^tl^m ^a^lnins and Xn-» 
CF ScMlf oaiilA - ;4<iefcinF of spsctioa mvifeioni 

uc^aaittse :^»ters, '^/l/6r3 A^^t* ti? the iJi^vvi^cr 

i^aoienda Motel, L» s, N3:CH0I.S 

^'vei^no, California 

-me abov^i-eaptionea, ^aeeting was o^lea to qvA&t* at 
aoiCo i^,M» fcy lejwBitiient emee ^r^isaij, cnier or iollct at £aa 
Bieso* Tliere 'rm3» approxliaatftly two hundred latj twiforceaeat 
offitei?* jfjNw* CaUfornl* Xn afct^nOanc©. S««» EftRVSJf yOiiTSBj 
HAHSr J.i|ilDllR, and .TOKK P. HAimB :M&3f& p3?eatn,t« ^h« meetitis 
started vfith a genei^l assembiy, after wiiioh it Mould toe hvokmi 
up into gmallep groups s^pv^u^ntxti^ tha varieug aonBiittees. 

Attoamsy Cenoval wtimm "PA!?" BROwi^ r6fei?red to the 
"cl«as?irj;j house" fox* the movemexifc of oriwinala in the Califo3?nia 
a3?ea that me jaat up by Chier ot Police mmQZ& Jr» imSRH, San 
i^sROiseo* in con.maetio tt with CMaf of B olico lawim lU ?mKB^g 



Xios ^3^gel©% ajid Captain head of jpMKER»s 2^- 

telligesce Unit. ' ' 

ZjB/^m stated that, s» a result of tM& program, the 
Oriitiiiial Identification end Investis&tiona office ia lieing 

flooded with requests for isscords. He stated t!mt these re- 
qtte^ta ^ill t>e handled eventually, Init ther^ '»d,ll be a dela^ 
tseoause of shortage of per&onniel« 

u\0'^ili then advised tM group that durla^^ 1957 he will 
atteis^.t to hj^XxiQ the California laws of Searches ^d ^Seisuree 
up to date, 1?he attempt is the first made 9.lom tiiefie linee 
si«?s l8r2, Gceordiag to BSOWK* He stated that the proposed 
lesislatioft i^ill set fo3?th the conditions mi^^:^ 5iiiich officers 
mse^ safel/ make aearchesi and ^ei^ures« 

Onief of Police uXJUbxm «• X»AEK1SR then aslced for the 
floor* lis liad a lona^diatonce call awaiting, ^iist« He had in 
his imnd a pamphlet containini, the address delivered by OilliaCiIj 
:ii, hMMKbg Fresident of the fa?ttdential Insurance con^pany of 
^erica, to the ^aduatea o£ the :?8th iSesBion Qt th^ Hil 
national Acs^eeiy* ^ABKEH ifa& most complimentary of the address 
and recojcntnended that all law enforcement officers laake it a 
point to read it. 

3 >*■ Bureau (AXE MIL) 
1 « 5an Dlefe,© 
3. « .^an Francisco 
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I^AHIsm concluded lir statlzics tJiat ha vt&t attSi^tiBS 
to otitai» pay 3?aiB«s for tUe nieK"b»rs ot the ijoa ?>ns^ies italics 
Depa3ftiaettt# He then Isft to tmsyrei* M& telephone i&ii, Kou- 
«v«3?;i "befox* the ^enejeaX a«»«aifciy had broken up into osaller 
groups, ^iOiKiOi hoa compXet^d the telephone «3l2. imd was t>a$k 
In trt« aBB^ia'bly^ calling ?or s^dltlonaX tita« l^eXord the micro** 
phone tf 

i\:u^aCEE Stated that he h^ Just renelvsiJ & telephone 
call iroaa one S3> SOHEIKC Troa th« Egff»t Coaat* He statea tlmt* 
aecorOlng tfi^ mmxm:, the Meiiera ao«»aitt§e wa:s x-evAewing M^ 
OltiortaX Civil Bi^ts legisiatiQn which, if passed, weuiu piaee 
aelditiQiiaa, ^Jtw^dra o» law m\!:cvcemnt officers in regard to 
Civil ili£ht8* Ka stated thatjt as far a» hft ua^Urr stood th« 
propossa legislation, it sailed I'or a raviisloR of* taction 2^1 
of mtle IS, nakiDg it jwaaltle to ifiolate this section ot th© 
statute Without a coaspiracsr aagle Ijetng present, 

t^JiKER then atated tiiafe the ^eace Off icera AesociatiOA 
of California ahould ga ou 3.^cprd as opposing such Civil Highta 
lesis3^tl©n» He then went into a tirade alaout the "HICKE5f GOimj 
caa*^ in Uftk Angeles, ae stated that his ec^Kents iti regard to 
the mCKgl COKSSf «ase were &ot intended in an^r va? to reflect 
upon tbs FBI* He stated that he realized that ths JiSX had a 
4ofe to do* 

S$mm, then went into the detaila of tha COHmi oass, 
poiittinB dut that COKSII first ii#nt to the United liaises Attorney 
and stated that his civil right* had t^een viclalJed \>7 Officer 
vmvmi^ of the mtelllgence Mviuion of the i^os Angeles police 
I3epaj:'l;iy&nt. According to FMK^, COHEJI sias advisad h*/ the 
Xftiited States Attorney to take hia coaplaint to the mx. 3Jhe 
SB! took COiiSH*s coBplaint and referred the isatter to the Ite- 
partnent of juatiee. the Departaient of justice inetxucted that 
an investisation should Ije made concerning C01IEH*B ailesation. 
BABKBS pointed out that lie ^aff appropriately advised by the 
ii^eial ^ent in Charge of tij* los Angeles ci-flso of the mx 
that such i^veatlgation was undor way» 

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JABKER further pointed ou t that, *?hen the Agents of 
the mx contacted Captain] I of the Intelligence Squad, 
they were nre aented with iwu ^xn^k which had to be clarified 
before Captaia l [ would cooperate with the ilgenta in 
regard to the instant inveati^Hation* Shese %m points he 
stated wares 

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1^ Vfhftther iam QiaXtiid States Attome^r wouM 
P3?0secute coimi If it were f oiifld ihii^ins 
the couffsa ef the invesfci^atioji thatJ ii» 
save; faias iiiranaafcion to tim Fai as a 
ttaals q£ ilia ali«gation to tim drftect 
that his civil pi^ta vteve vloXated* 

a« yUvttii^T!' ov^ not th«£*@ vma a, W&d&v&l statute 
that uouad cov^j? such prou^autioft iir COfiEK 
gave false testii3ojiy« 

?ARl?sa indicated timt tiie aattea? SUa«l basat 3?ef««p«cl 
to tl:a J^parl^mtnt of 3uu%Iq& at ua^iington and no unm^^jp had 
t^en sNsaeived as y&%» 

^miSSS. then aade a 0l«at«aent to the effect that th^ 
Civil Bights protppm& of tM ]D«icio]mts o;r Bepulslicans^ aa wS.-^ 
isiitiateved 1»^ Attox-sier Oenea^itl mmMS mow^^Ut^ wou^Id j^t 
the ?0lice out of Imainsss* PAHKBE stated that he ia opposed 
to the esta'blishnent of a ^den^ Coamission to inveatiiate 
alleged Civil Hi^ts violations W local law enf oj?ces:eiit 
agencies* m ad^d that mkQh st, coetoissioi) im^ i^^en pi^oposed . 
h^ Attojme^r Oeneral BE0WI4BXI,« 

FAEKEK stated that the ^xHnp^nsm Civil jiii^ts px^a^asi 
is developing rSfts 1»etifeen last enf orcemtent^ agencies^ which is 
what the OooiauRist faxiij •Hants* 'Shma. I'AHKQE again refezisped to 
SHfiHES< address to the Natioeial acadeaisr $isA ^oted the fol« 

loiriiis paragraphs 

'"'^hen li^re S,u anothex* factor which ym, kno^ 
al>outs W:m lavrs that i;umdicap I&m' enforcenient 
agencies eversrwhere in af^rehending criminals* 
It is c cramendafe le ttiat iie in this country^ have 
a tradition for protecting civil rishts. It 
is the vexrg' essence of the freedom »e enjojf* 
It is unforttmate, however, that nsai*!^/* every 
additional legal protection T^liich i:oes ^>n 
^tate or S^deral las«? isooks najr or ma^ not 
]Uelp protect the innocent, hut is likely to 
provide a loophole wiilch can 'b& aimised by 
criainals. Ycu are already e3;perlencing aany 
crippllnc^ regulations* £a the cc»ali';^ i^ra in 
s?iilch civil rights are likely to receive fit 
great play for political advantage, ;^oti can 
sertaiixly expect aiore.'' 

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CUramifed Wp -liu re93l7ti;;e C0B^lat<iXy^ in jre?iai?0 Uo the 0ivii 
3Uiiiit& prs5s:^^^» He then ^de a i^ctlon that t-fcs ?cavC- 

"CO ths cOBsnenfcs of rir# GiiAiiHv toxoi?© acting upoti. tlia 
le^ilation wMeU tdaji. t-e ccu.eidez^ fcy thon en i?u«suM.:r* 
i?el3iuary 5« He adilaii ttiSit he tl^^-u^t l^ia Perxe (;ffla5?s 
Association aUotiltl oppoae a^*^' ■-•i^^ngeL rtklci wvald, aa?©s6&l^' ^« 
^fsot' i£-.f onfosHsament in i/ie f lie id of Civil iUi^hts, 

Oenei»al ?AT imo:iX ane SAC ".^jr/l-i POSTeat aslc®d foj« th« irioor. 
3S)o floor* '.fas elven to PA? I>K01«^, who stated tiia P9&c« Officej?* 
Asaoci&tlo''i eiiottld not 30 on ^•eo?d as &«in£, foi* or against? 
aajr l3t>lslatloa, e^Kjcially ca a natiojml luvol, ascii qm 
Civil rtiC"V*s, espaclally without iiaviii^ tim fiill facts coA- 

"^vi floor* Kaa t'-^en -:^l^^n to ^AG *i'Oul?£^t, wlio ideatifi'Sd 
xiims'Slf imd stats3 t'lat ho !ir.d i.ittJitcivja tu -:ia.,5 ^iha saao ©"b- 

I.^ai^EH BtstteO, ti^t ';ii& aofcioix ifaa inadc solaly Toz* 
the surjwae of coaaendisie viiAHK;> on hia addr^ys, p£u?tlcu4A4s?iy 
vim pa3??<r^a?'», ^aotcd esaovs tiT^t. s^f^rs^A to. Civil Jii^jhtis* 

»tat<sd ttiat the natter '.fsuld l;e .^feiwsd to tiie 3s;ecutiva 

iU*"t«r the general 3«s©lon liad eii^<l &nd tlie j^iij]be3?s 
nr^dre procs«diag to the jpea^stiv>j <toi3initt<»e iaeetlrigs. Chief 
BAHmi ^asm over to SAC imLOJE* aiid stated that ho wanted it 
fullsr unAerfttood that he *fas not ^piarreHns »ith felie J£I. 

I advlesd ^^<iari timt X Kas ee^innlJla to tfoutst tlia 
sii?tcc':»ltr ci^ tiila Dijstentciri, .iiieh X had "ims^l li^jsi i.tra:s raar^' 
timea iJ-sf ors> Iceepins iJ^ oiwd "chat the ^X 1^ a. i5«u?t of tira 
Departiaeixt of justice, Xt t?aa pointed out tc J;'^Jll^sr. tJi£:t iJLs 
tsoeeieAts eoastituts ian apolo^j- foi» tiw rei invostisatiii*; Oivil 
Eiishte cases, and tMe ii. not at ail iwa^jOBai-i'', e^peaialiif 
in view of the fact that tiie l^^I has no apoio^es to offez* 
jfor sm^ investisatioRs mads. 

IM>u:Xil l^ecoKia boill^sronfc ana statGd that Hu was liot 
a^lotgisins for the BBi« I'AaKiiR tlien ^jocanent^ that all h— — 
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in ajegard to the JUOKSX 00:i3;J esse had Ijsea received. FAHKSE 
:i;ould not diaoloce tloe soiirciS o^- iiis inToication i-ut ^Uiifilcatwr; 
that life iiaa fceer* on th» telephone with soroeone la the Dep;^;?^- 
w&xm tit atXBtlce* lie stated, that it tma the reelias of tho 
J3ep8u?tia»nt in ^lashlngtoa that ynited states Attorney lAmVujni 
E« *filTSRS should have aade a aecision oii a losal Isvel ia 
regard to tiis ipsstiong s^&is^S l^y Captaia :i^-tXI£:oiT» 

I had no coowent to offea? to ?AIU<:eb* hut he gave the 
delTinite iwpressioA timt hs ;m4 hsea in contact with SKseoas 
i» the Xtepactaeat of Jastico uith whom he had dismissed the 
C0H2N aituation* 

PARKSR than OlBcusBed the rise o£ criiae throughout 
the country and indicated that in hie opinion it was due to 
the Oivil Rights inve»tieation» authoriaed hy the Departoent 
o£ 3\2atioa» 

X asked PABKER if he ifere statins in effect that the 
only ii^ay crista can be reduced iii to eliminate the Xatts per» 
taining to Civil Rl^ta and aliotr law eaforo^ent officers to 

■use l>rutalit2r at will* ife stated that this m^ not his in- 
tention at all« 

SAfis H^gcVSir m^m and HABBST HAYNSE attended the 
Executive CoRaiittee laeeting. At this Jdeeting the resident 
was directed hy the fixeeutive Qowaittee to send an appropriate 
tmnm^^ to the Chairman of the ^dioiary Committee at Hashinsto^* 
D.O,, aallias his attention to QmRQh SHiUIKa« r«aai:4^ps «oncsemine 
Civil Jtishts, as contained in his address to the 36th Session 
of the JJatioaal C®«^jfee at ifashington, I>*C, on HovenUer 16, 195o,. 
She S3£eoutiv# Ccaeiittee also asked that mreatoar S^ m^m ECOVm 
Im reqp^feted to addre&s the convention of the Beace Officers 
Association to l>e held at cian f^i^aneisco on l>isroh 2Qt SC(, snd SO, 
195T* She coosaittee indioated that* realising full iiell how 
difficult it is for ȣȥ nm^m to eome all the nay from v/aaliing'- 
ton to give such an address, he satight consider the possiMlity 
of sending a representative « 

S,m Som Jf# mam& attended the jaeeting of the 
OJrainlna Cowmittee* ©le main topie of discussion was the Peace 
Officers Institute which is to l3e held at Ifiu Angeles on 
Siarch 5, 6# and 7* 195T» ^^^ prograa, as previously sutHnitted, 
^as oonfinsed i^ith a fe% minor changes* 

I» regard to the proposed "Survey of police •Uraining 
in the state of California,^ o,, .,;♦ WIXfiOK, JPean of the School 
of Orinincilosy oxiA froft^ssor ot' i?olice jidaiinistration, tJnlversitsr 
of California at Berkeley, statejl that he has not Ijcen successful 



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ife statstf that lie i«d bean turned do>m by tl\e Oarxwiiic Cos^porg,- 
tion oi Hew Yoffl5, tite ife^^'iJjes Ooapany, and 4i*ie nockejfellcr 

tiW Wiiliaai YoaOofteaf Fund «as not a £lat yifiruiKa &na iie sutiGestct^ 
t;mt th« Kresltaont of the orswU nation, to^etiter' v.-lth JOHJ? 



tn» ntattfii? fuythC3?# 

Xt Mlii ts a-^oailed that JCiiii £i.if£H Ha© suessltt^d his reslgimtlo:^ 
B.& A aaflUjasi* oj? tile SfrainiA^ ^id ii&icatloii vu«i.titi;w* feo r*«siasnt 

rj^poa motion of JAOii ii^ijmr:^, iCUiei' of i*Qiio<s at 
rdYo^jilf/^, Caairoa?nlfi# At i-rao felt that Chalman ^OWIl Bhouid 
mi|5::ififSt to i-s^esitlenfc J/a^^lwi tiiat the resisn^tloii of B^iPER not 
1« a.r-cspt<stl tjatil ajMJe? the a«r,eral acsasilttee Kestine scheduled 
:for ^fcruarj 1 at Eresjio^ espsciaiay la view of tno fact that 
Ei;REl*s reasona jToj? jresi^;ninK appeared to "oe asibi^^iJcas, 



Ohaixsaan ^Ot^H pointer cfut that li;%aicu3nt 
contactafl JOIJK PSJ>JSR and ajslcad l-iiai to appear tof4>r« 
&nd SdlueatloA Coomlttee on tliia date to eacplala !%i& 
i-EP-Sit a?s^3ed to 4o aso^ atatlay that his lattss? -^as 
t^t iii^ rdii4cus aa fji,V''ii:i r*a.-a'-ijy* the presii o^ ot 
and t;i0 ttkit that iie d5.d r*i?t fasi that iie &';ouicl 'qs 
itiXtfcaa ^ctifiL ia th« ^iapuaity -^i' advisoa? to t!ie ^ta' 
Df :;i^ucatioti, should suffice. 



the •Sralnltifc. 
reeicnation* 

on a coia« 



Q» */• 'IHCOU BfjatGd that Iks f«iti tUer'tt w'a3 sioro tiehiiid 
p;sp^«£ 3?«3|^natioa thmi tlUe aad, iii, view of feh^ Saefc tiiat 
i'JS'Jia was pjctsssnt at tha GaA^^-al ^asiojij hi» should te rvqulrso 
to cso;3s Isaiare t;ils oc^oaittae a-^.d 05«3?laih tlic truo ijeasons fo3? 

his 2?c^i4imtJ,©ri,, 

£llli SOUJK aaitt lie fiiis »"cSolUt«ly oi^poaed to cuch 

actioji ahd bj could ssw: nc- j^^jisors whi'- the 'i;i*ati7lnc c-id l-:ducatioi: 
Cc^^iittoi} Sit vu3xl insist c-i :-. .•-.;■'., 4oirjG Swm^i-ilnf^ <i& did r.ot 

i'£i^S& indiftat^d ±R 'iig lettoj? Df iTHseignation tliat hs 
5souid liJiJi to. Irnve a corasilttse E-epayate fr<i» the- 'C-r-aliiiiii: tmd 
aidiication C:-5aiitte€r sat T>i> tc r<ct as aiirir^scj* fcc ciia ^tate Be- 



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lutlon imiioatinc that tha pi*e3o?it coainilttoe .faa entirely 
cupafcle of acting in an a4vit;:>ry aapacltj" ta KiPSit cj? th© 
State IJdpartsi^nt Qf £<luaati.wA aod tioat iia g^ditionaX aom- 
aitt««a ware ne«ieasary» 

ciMdUsaan SOUTH aeirad ti5at the :^I preparo statistic .. 
eoneemlns tii# 2)!umb6x< o^ W^X aohoola «ondaated in tlvi ^at^ n:' 
California <3ttrX«t: tlie eal«ndar Toai? 1955-55 in ordsi? t!mt aa::a 
aa^r fe» pa?«s«nt«fl at the convention to 1^?^ nsld lit Ssn l^ancicc*. 
on tiia dates apaciiricS alcove* oimlwmn nGirZi was advised thet 
the atAtistios wore sOjxt^^^ coc^iiad tmO. that I have the 2n- 
i'oxaation availatle as foXlQvfai 

' ' ~ - ioB Angaleg 6,6X5 officers 

,, • fail XJie^o i>?-35 o^fiosr^ 

., San .EpanciBCo 4jp3S cfgj&ers 

lios /^«Xes 3^ roUc* schooJ« 

^-m JUego Xa4 foXice scUescis 

^^a Pranciiuca 200 goXiue acIwcXs 

'sa^m 713 I'ohc-s schools 






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Mr. K. L. McLellan 

^^o^fPomona Management Club 
k^m^ilise Box 1011 
^llfornia 

[cLellan: 

,^ Your letter of January 24, 1957, has 

beeTreceived, and I was ^d to learn your club enjoyed 
the recent talk given by Mr. John F. Malone, Special 
Agent in Charge of our Los Angeles Office. 

' I am taking the liberty of apprising 
Mr. Malone of your kind remarks, and I know he will 
appreciate your thoui^tttfulness in writing. It is always a 
pleasure for those of us in the FBI to speak before such 
responsive and attentive groups as yours, and I want to 
thank you for your gracious comments. 

Sincerely yours,. 



CO - Los AngMes, with copy of /iijcomlng. 



^>^cc - personnel file of John F., Malone, with copy of incoming. 
NOTE: SAC Malone spoke before this group l-U-57. No record 



in Bufiles identifiable with correspondent. 

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CONVAlff POMONA MANAGEMENT CLUB 
C O N V A I R OV 




A DIVISION OF GENERAL DYNAMIC* CORPORATION 



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2h Janxxary 19*^ 



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Hr« J. Edgar Haover, Director 
F.B^I,, Jufitice 
Washingto-i ?$, D.C» 



Dear Mr» Hoover t 

Mr» John F* Malone of the Los Angeles Division of your 
orgaiiization spoke before o\ar clixb on 11 January. In the five 
years that I have been a member of the club I do not remember 
any speaker who held his audience as did Mr. Malone. We, here 
at Convair, are aagaged in a pretigr serious business and I can 
assxtre you we are a critical audience* 

Mr. Malone spoke for forty minutes and we could have heard 
jja pin drop. After the meeting many of the 327 members said they 
1 1 could have listened for another hour. 

As one who has had an aluaost romantic high regard for the 
work of yoTur organization, I cannot dmagine a better public 
relations device than talks such as Mr* Malone delivers. 
He leaves the impression that the Federal Bureau of. Investigation 
is staffed with dedicated men. 



Very truly joxcca ^ 



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COMM-FBI 



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Bare^u ^ Investigation 
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D&satMr. Maloae: 



DECLASCiFIED 3Y 3'(^!^...$DuK^ 

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.. ^. ^^^*'^'lP#^s«i Pleased Mtlipsreaeellent 
work ^d tfeat of lUeigents of the Los Aisles om^e 
in the Unlawfi a glik&t to Ai^id p«.ft,(| «>^«,tf TO-Robbcry 
case toyQlvifls r~ laad ^t to e^^ress 



TMs wa« a eamcult sa&sigliSiient.aadt&e 



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l^^oa an<J saccessfta apprehension UmaX incident / ■> 7 
of tMs dangerous :^tive are the reside ri^krasm / 

^endid leaderi^p and the deteriain^^PK3J957 
tenacity displayed by these agents. m^W&^^^ 
this reec^iticai to the agents m^^Bmc^^sd. 





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CC: MC, Lss Angeles (Persdnal Attention) 

Place copy <x£ this letter in personn^ files of all 
.partSc^ttB^ agents other thaa those individoaily commended. 

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l^ersonnel files of SAst J I 'aabaiyat B. 



c^stellow, jr. yart^jlrd, Jerom e K. Croxe&f'^Mm j. j 



Trotter . 
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Name: / JOHN F» MALQNE ( Title: Special Agent in Charge 

Payroll #: O6562 Grade: GS-17 at $13^975 

EOD: 5/4/^2 Not on Probation 
Non-Veteran 



Inspector TEAGDE: Malone is loyalj oonsoien-biouSj en-bhusiasticy 

strict with his employees and has their 
respect. Morale in the office was very good. Ee appears to be 
a capable administrators however^ I believe his strongest feature 
is his ability in the field of public relations where he is 
particularly capable. He appears to be thorough and completely 
amenable to discipline. He has great respect for the Bureau 
and through contacts with outside individuals others have a 
high respect for the Bureaum He appears to be doing a very 
satisfactory Job in Los Angeles^ 

RECOmnSNDA TION t 

No action is necessary on this mrite-^up as similar 
action was recommended in the inspection summary Tamm to Tolson 
3/4/57. 






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, Director, FBI date: W57 



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Director, FBI 

Los Angeles 



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SUBJECT: SAC JOM F. MALOlffi 

Damage to Personally-ov/ned Car 
4/1/57 VJhile En route to Office. 

While proceeding in an easterly direetioa along Sixth '^^^.v.. 
Street^in Los Angeles at 7*35 AM on April 1, 1957> 1 was^stopped /^"**^4£t' 
in Jk^ong line of traffic which was being held. up becatiSe of an 4^ 
ftruation in the road. A 1956 B uiok "SoeoJAl" >wiM Callfo rnja^-^ 
icensej L^^L operated by | [. came "over 



'a knoll in the street at a high ra te 01 SPeea a na»3Pan llito the rear 

of a 1956 Bu ick "Century" ovmed hv I _ .' attorney at law. /y | 

I I car in turn was driven int<ythe rear of my personally- 1 f^(.'^' 



ovmed automobile. 







resits at 

.She has operator < sJ^@Cl^e_n.§^ 



^ Los Angeles* 

[^nd her telephone number is 



] The accident happened on Sixth Street between Hoover 
^and Gommonwe al th ♦ f 



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JTbs/Angeiea l^r his^^S^ 



is insured with the Farmers Insurance Group, i 
also has insurance. There ?7ere no personal injuries. 



The damage to my car has not been official estimated but in 
my opinion it probably xtill be in the neighborhood of ^50.00. The 
damage to the other tv70 cars v/as very extensive. 



The Los Angeles Police Department was advised, 
has assumed full responsibility for the accident. 



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t ^ ^ Sar^»u is «<S»iwd that tJ« 633?d ifinail conmtiw ^^ 

^ »l)Oi*^iiptloaid oj«ialiiti0ft wm be beld «t tl* San Curlot BotiL 
\^^ Kontirejr, WWomi«, iprf.1 8, Ji wd 10, 1J57* 

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mi *tt«Kjd tl» coawrtion. 



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PERSONAL AND CONfWnTIAL 



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Mr. John F. Maione 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

LosAngeleSj California 

Dear Mr. Maione: 



DECLA,< 

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iSSIHED BY l!^Sob\SUPM6lL 

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o«i«.. i« T ''?® results of the recent inspection of the Los Angelea 
Office bylnspector Teague have been made available to me. Th? facta 
developed reveal ttiat the Los Angeles Omce ia in a gene^Sly satisfeJory 
rniJ^JH**"- ^"^^^ funcUons must receive correcUvi attentiL Phys cS^ 
S^^it" ^f "»^t®nance was rated ver^ good; liivestigative aid^ 
^nis^rattve operations - good, personnel mktera -good and contacts 
were rated oxceUont. The achievements of your office to the^ecS 
thi w""^ ^ recognised; however, I e:^ert you to foUow thrS on 

You should taice the necessary action to insure that all 
vehicles assigned to your office are maintained in a safe and ready 
operating condition. The recent downward trend in repair costs for 
automobiles is encouraging, but It is essential that greater economy be 
exercised in the operational costs of theso vehicles. Consistent with 
sound economy, a Suitable outside exhaust should be provided for the 
emergency generator housed in the buUding basement. Kecessary surveys 
should be made to determine the cost involved for the installation of an 
enlarged FM radio console to provide for the additional radio cars. 
SimUar surveys should be made to determine the need for increased 
coverage from Mt. Verdugo and in vicinity of Pomona, California. 
Results of these surveys, together with your recommendations, should - 
be submitted to the Bureau for farther consideration when funds become 
available for such puiposes. 

cc - Mr. Mohr (AttenUon: Ij^ L. Edwards) (With Enclosure) 
cc - Personnel File ofsAC Maione 



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Ee^dent /-g^^s la your olfice should make Irregular checks 
to Insure that Bureau cars in contract garages are perlodicaily accoimted 
for. Yon should insure this is Ijeing done d'ltmQ InspecUoa of these 
resident agencies, 

I was pleased to ieara that 3teEQgrai?hic ^d clerical 
perorations were in a curreiit tjoaditioa. Th5 Ih^i'^sctor eilmiaated the 
timiecessary preparation of Index cards ccacernjing correlation memoranda. 
You should insure that administrative f unctioBB are nn<ter constant 
scrutiny to eliminate any siiailar time-coasuming operations deemed 
Inadvisable. 

The XI substantive errors found in files reviewed reflected 
a need for more thorough file renews 1^ the supervisory staff and the 
need foir more detailed attention on the part of the ^dividual agents. 
Although the delin(|uenoy of penc^g work has been maintained at a low 
level, instanc0$ were found wherein reporting had been delayed. Files 
must receive closer attention not only to eliminate errors of substance 
but to materially reduce the number of form errors found during the 
course of the Inspection, 

Such form errors were found in 12© or 8. S6 per <?8nt.of 
the 1, 402 Hies reviewed, iiesponsibility for these errors was ^vlded: 
36 per cent clerical and 64 per cent agents. 

The informant aid investigative covers^e of your o^ce 
in the security field generally continues to be very good. Yotj. should 
persist In pursuing this vital phase of our operations with imagination and 
enthusiasm to insure that our responsiUlities will be successfully dlschai^ed, 

Ifc is grati^ing to note the escellent coverage achieved, 
as well aa^e increased accomplishments of criminal informants in your 
division, 'fhexe is a need for improvement in criminal informant 
coverage regarding bank robbery matters in ten of the ai?eas covered 
by your o^ce. 'XMs matter should receive immediate attention in view 
of the Idgh incidence of baalj robbery in your division. 



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" Mr. JohnF. Maione 



Statistical accomplishments are, of course, a basic factor 
in determining the effectiveness of your operations and I recognize that 
your office has improved in three out of four categoriesj however, I am 
concerned with the recent decline in the case load in your office and the 
resulting effect a continuing downward trend may have upon your accomplish- 
ments. This matter should be closely followed. 

I noted with interest that economy in operations had been 
accomplished regarding communications and travel costs. It is further 
encouraging to note that agent time in the office had been materially 
reduced to a point well below the 15 per cent standard set by the Bureau. 

It should not have been necessary for the Inspector to 
point out that the number of agents assigned to Los Angeles could be 
reduced by eight. Two agents resigned during the course of tbe inspection 
and they will not be replaced. Six agents will be transferred. The matter 
of personnel needs must receive your constant, critical attention. When 
the case load drops, consideration should be given promptly to the matter 
of excess personnel assigned to your office. The same principle applies 
to the matter of clerical needs. In view of the decrease in the case load 
and the decrease in the number of your agents, before any existing 
clerical vacancies are filled full justification must be furnished to the 
Bureau. 

I was pleased to note that all personnel passed the 
examinations and that stenographic production was above average. The 
Inspector reported that stenographic operations were considered to be 
excellent. The increase in cases closed per agent per month is hearten- 
ing and I am pleased to see that personnel in your office have shared in 
the Incentive Awards Program. Morale of employees was considered 
very good. 

The results of the inspection have been broi^ht to the 
attention of your office by the Inspector. As soon as the delinquencies 
noted have been corrected, you should advise the Bureau. 

Sincerely yours. 



Jobn JQdgar Hoover 
Director 



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COPY ^ 97 



TO : 
J?'KOM : 


Direct or 5 FBI 
SAG a Los Angeles 


SUBJECT : 


SA 
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2/27/57 
(66-1700) PERSONAL AND CONFnXENTIAL 



SUPERVISOR VERN F« LOETTi 
RECOMMENDING LETTER OF COMMENDATION 




Rebuairtel 2/25/57, in case entitled , 

was-FUGITIVE; UPAP-ROEBERTj ITSM^J FFA; (Bu by-123bOj 



On 11/21/56 I I escaped California State 

Prison, Folsom, California wnere ne was serving several sentences 
for Armed Robbery* UFAP process was obliained and he was apprehended 
in Kansas City, Missouri, on 1/3/57 after committing several armed 
robberies, stealing three automoljiles and allegedly killing a 
special policei^an in Jefferson County, Colorado, 



On 2/11/57 [ 



] again escaped custody, this time from 



a Los Angeles County Superior Court where he was being tried on the 
robberies committed following his previous escape o 



On 2/19/57:? federal process was again filed on 

this t ime unde r the /Federal Firearms Act, since during his prior 
escape n b ad stolen a .45 caliber automatic and a 12 gauge 
shotgun and transported them interstate. In view of his past record, 
his statement that he would not be taken alive and the fact that he 
was known to be armed, he was considered esctremely dangerous. 

On February 21st, at approximately lOsOO Pom., an ex- 
convict acquaintance of I ladviffg^d t^ft Los A]|geles Office that 

I I accompani ed bv on e | J a man'^named " | f , 

both ex-cons, and ^ ^ ■* ' ' ' * 



p€ 

ps wife, appeared at his home and requested 

his assistance in obtaining a .45 caliber automatic. Informant 



advised he told[ 



and would contact him through 



I he wou ld attem pt to obtain such a weapon 



the next day* 



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SA 



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]vrere iimnediately 



dispatched and contacted informant at his place of employment and 
made arrangements. to ^et him off the job so he could "be brought to 
the Los Angeles Office for further interviewo By 4 a»m., a s takes 
out was established at the inform ant's residence in the event |__^ 
should_re«appear and at I I residence Blnee l I wa s in 
I JGon^any and possibly either knew where to conta ct | \ 



would be contacted by 



or might be hiding [ 



] in nis nome a 



At about 7s 10 BoUos the time inform ant would ordinarily 



get off work^ informant was instructed to call 
and through convers 
and I I were in 



residence 



them* During this call with informant^! 



pmpt to disc reetly d etermine if I I 
•home 5 or i fi H ^^^ i3^ contact with 



] seemed to be nervous 



and at times consulted with another male individu al in the back« 
ground. It was^ therefore <, believed that I I was probably in 



home and plans were made to effect his apprehension* 



At approximately 8s 30 a.m.n l I was observed driving 
away from the house alone o He was stopped, by SAC MALONE a nd sur- 
veilling agents and<, upon interview^ admitted that L iwf^s 3n 

his house o • It was then decided to make a call into] [home 

and advise I I that the house was surrounde d and in struct him to 
come out of the front door with his hands up» I I agreed to come 
out <, but after hanging up the phone apparently decided to try and 
make a run for it as he appeared at the back door and looked toward 
his car which was standing in the driveway with the motor running <> 
The house was eon^letely surromided^ however^, by Agent s. and IJASQ 
Deputies under the direction of ASAG BAClHMMo I i upon seeing 
all avenues of escape blocked^ went back into the house and returned 
to the fr ont door where he surrendered to SAC v MALOUE and LAPD 
Detective! 



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LA 66-1700 



It i s reconigifthded that a letter of commendation be directed 
to SAs I l and T I and Field Supervisor LOETTERLE, each of whom 
worked all night with informant and assisted ASAC BACHMAN and myself 
in the planning and execution of the raid. Also, it is being recom- 
mended that ASAC BACHMAN receive a letter of commendation for the 
excellent manner in which he assisted in planning the raid and hand- 
ling one of the most vulnerable positions in the rear of the house. 

In addition, it would be appreciated if a general letter 
of commendation could be furnished to the office so that copies may 
be furnished to the following Agents who handled their assignments 
in a most commendable ways 



RUBAIYAT B. CASTELLOW 
J. MARTELL BIRD ' 

] 



JOHM J. CAMT 



UHAHLblS I. CARTEL 
EDWARD A. PIEVACK 
ODD T. JACOBSGN 



, armed and considered extremely dangerous. Twice excaped from 

custody. Apprehension without incident is worthy of comm endation . 
Concur with SAC that letters of commendation be sent SA's | I , 

and Loetterle and ASAC Bachman. Recommend general letter to 



SAC Malone with copies for 10 other agents listed above. JWS 3/5/57 
Lets of Com. LRH 3/8/57 



FD-185 (Rev. 12-13-56) 



FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



REPORT OF PERFORMANCE RATING 



Name of Employee:. 



JOHN F. MALONE 



Where Assigned:. 



Official Position Title:. 



Los Angeles Division 

(Division) 

Special Agent in Charge 



(Section, Unit) 



Rating Period: from . 



April 1. 1956 



.to. 



March 31. 1957 



ADJECTIVE RATING:. 



EXCELLENT 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory 



Employee's 
Initials 




ZJLa^^cU 



Signature 



■ssistant Dirisctor 3/31/57 

Title Date 



Associate Director 3/31/57 

Title ■ Date 



Rating Approved by: ^ 



Signature 



Title 



Date 



TYPE OF REPORT 



(X) Official 
(x) Annual 



( ) 
( 
( 
( 



SaarchoH s'7 

Adnjihi^tf^ije.. j ,; ■ "^^ 

) 60-Day 

) Transfeig ^.^-j; j £ ji.j^y 

) Separation from Service 



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Back of Page 



NARRATIVE COMMENTS 

Note: The regulations require that OUTSTANDING ratings be supported by a statement in writing setting forth IN DETAIL the performance IN EVERY 
ASPECT and the REASONS for considering each worthy of SPECIAL COMMENDATION. 

UNSATISFACTORY ratings must be supported by a statement in writingstating (1) WHEREIN the performance is unsatisfactory, (2) the facts of 
the (90 day) PRIOR WARNING, and (3) the efforts made AFTfiR THE' WARNING TO 'HEX? the employee' bring his performance up to a 
satisfactory level. 



April 29, 1957 



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Mr. John F. Malone 
Federal Bureau of lavestigation 
i340 West Sixth Street 
Los Angeles 17, California 

Diear Mr. Malone: 

'i?»e have had the opportunity to review the 
Kinescope film of the show, "Success Story, " which 
was made available to you by | ' 

President of Richfield Oil. 



_ It is felt that this was an excellent presen- 

i '^ S^°°' ^^ y°" ^^^ y°"^ associates in the Los Angeles 
«. }--! ^fice should be commended for a job well done. 



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APR % ) t957 



Tolson 
Nichols 
Boardman 
Belmont 
Mohr — 
Parsons 
Rosen - 
Tamm __ 




Sincerely yours, 






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CO '- 



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use Material 
Kinescope*;fi/im of "Sueees® Story" 






OTE: See Jpges to Nichols memc| dat^d 4-25-57 captioned '"Success 
W Story, " Ricltfield Oil Company, LtVe'feievisiijn^Pro gram. Marp.h 22 
— \V.i 1957,"ECK:jh, Separate letter of same date sfentto j 



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^' ^-S^v. Aug. 1950) 
fHomul(jXtbd by 
Bureau op the Budget 
Circular A-ai 



•Wf 



REF^RT OF MEDICAL EXAMINATION 






LAST ^MME— FIRST NAME— MIDDLE NAME 



WA TT ^rRf rTO F TT ^. 



k'umteTf street or BFD, cUy or tovon, zone and State) 



Lt>g tog eles^ Ca! 




2. GRADE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 



^>-"- 3/^ C 



' 3. IDENTlFjCATION NO, 



5. PURPOSE OF EXAMINATION 

■^ jSimJ.iL PHYSICAL 



to, DEPARTMENT. AGENCY. OR SERVICE 

FBI 



6, DATE OF EXAMINATION 

Apr 18,. 19^7 



lU ORGANIZATION UNIT 



14. NAME. RELATIONSHIP, AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 



FACILITY OR EXAMINER. AND ADDRE 



I^r gnret Ilalone^ Sano as ffh 



16. CTritr. INFORMATION 



^^ 



RATING OR SPECIALTY 



TIME IN THIS CAPACITY: TOTAL 



LAST SIX MONTHS 




CLINICAL EVALUATION 



(^Check each item in appropriate cbV-^ 
utnn: enter **N. E,*' if not evaluaied') 



NOTES.—Describe every abnormality in detail, {Enter pertinent item namber before each 
comment: continue in item 73 and use additional sheets if necessary.) 



-r 



s 



X" 



\ 



X 









jw^ 



"XT 



■X- 



X" 



-X- 



18, HEAD, FACE. NECK. AND SCALP 



19. NOSE 



20. SINUSES 



21. MOUTH AND THROAT 



22. EARS-GENERAL <S!j.tn^g;1i;;^^;Vi^yA7r 



23. DRUMS (Pirforation) 



24. EYES-GENERAL S'ii^^jfjf. ISfl^^fr 



25. OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 



26. PUPILS (JtCqualUy and reaction) 



27. OCULAR MOTILITY i;^^"^/.^^''' "°"^ 



28. LUNGS AND CHEST (Include breasts) 



>34* /Undescended rt. testicle* IICDi, 



29. HEART (Thrust, size, rhythm, sounds) 



30. VASCUUR SYSTEM (Varicosities, etc.) 



31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA (Include hernia) 



32. ANUS AND RECTUM j^^ral^grt/gg 



33, ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 



34. G-U SYSTEM 



35, UPPER EXTREMITIES Sfo"n) '**""''* ''^ 



36. FEET 



#39^ As previously recorded* 



37, LOWER EXTREMITIES {^ffZ^/^rfnacofmotiony 



38. SPINE. OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL 



39. IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS, SCARS, TATTOOS 



40. SKIN, LYMPHATICS 



41. NEUROLOGIC {EQuilibrium UtU under item 7£) 



42. PSYCHIATRIC (Spceifvanvvertonalitv deviation) 



Females only 



43. PELVIC 



(Check how done) 
CH VAGINAL C] RECTAL 



^ 






A 



f/ (CoTitinae xn item 73) 



44, DENTAL (Place appropriate symbols above or below number of upper and lower teeth, respectively) 



o,-~Eestorahle teeth 
t,—NonrestOTaUe teeth 



X.— Missing teeth 



XXX,— Replaced by dentures 



(6 XS), — Fixed bridge, brackets to 
include abutments 



?^ 


2 


3 


X 

4 


X o 

5 6 


7^ 


8 


9 


.o^^no^:;'^^ ^^'"^^ 


15 16 


G 


1 


30 


f 


28 27 


26 


25 


24 


23 22 21 ^ 19 


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REMARKS AND ADDITIONAL DENTAL DEFECTS AND 
DISEASES 



"Sy^B III Exam 
jSlass II 



UBORATORY FINDINGS 



45. URINALYSIS: SP. GR. 



ALBUMIN 



1.028 



SUGAR 



H E q A T I 

48. ace #«i45>6 

Kfsco'3?dC;V- ' 



MICROSCOPIC 



46, CHEST X-RAY (Placet da'«. fi^^^ number, result) 

mm Corona. 4--18-57 
Film #3385^ Negative 



49. BLOOD TYPE AND RH 
FACTOR 



<,f,j!i'^ 



47. SEROLOGY (Specify test 'itsed and resulC) 

Kahn: IJegative 



50. OTHER TESTS 



3*U.N.: 17»3n3gQ % 




-t7 






51. HEIGHT 



73" 



.F.es' 



SmS^ 



MEASUREMENTS AND OTHER FINDINGS 



X 



53. COLOR HAIR 

Brmm 



54. COLOR EYES 



55. BUILD; 

SLENDER MEDIUM HEAVY OBESE 

n W n a 



56. TEMP. 

93.6 



57, BLOOD PRESSURE {Arm at heart level) 



i-26- 



i* -^* REGU1M 



^- 



fW 



59, 



.'ISTANT VISION 



RIGHT 20/20 



CORR. TO 20/ 



^ 



STANDING 
(5 min.) 



■Wr 



58. PULSE (.Irm u^ heart Uiel) 



DIAS. 



'^ 



SITTING 



76 



AFTER EXERCISE 



60. 



REFRACTION 



2 MIN. AFTER 



RECUMBENT 



AFTER STANDING 
3 MIN. 



61. 



NEAR VISION 



CORR. TO 



BY 



LEFT 20/ 20 



CORR. TO 20/ 



CX 



CORR. TO 



BY 



62. HETEROPHORIA; 

(Specif tf distance) ES® 



L. H. 



PRISM CONV. 



63. ACCOMMODATION 




64. COLOR VISION {Test Used and result) 


65. DEPTH PERCEPTION 
(Test^used and score) 


UNCORRECTED ^* 


RIGHT Ilorssal LEFT normal 


llorml mo 1940 


CORRECTED 


66, FIELD OF VISION 

Koraal 


67. NIGHT VISION (r«i used and score) 


6S. RED LENS 


69. INTRAOCULAR TENSION 


70. HEARING 


7t. AUDIOMETER *^ 


72. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR {Tests used and score) 


RIGHTWV 15 yjSSV 15/15 
LEFTWV i5 /15SV 15/15 




2M 

sse 


500 


1000 


2000 


3000 

SS96 


4000 

4096 


8000 
8193 






RIGHT 


Hot 


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Hfi'K nvijr^Tf ira4:(3f^ 


LEFT 










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73. NOTES (•Continued) AND SIGNIFICANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY 



IJone 



(Use additional sheets of plain paper if necessary) 



74. SUMMARY OF DEFECTS AND DIAGNOSES (List diagnoses with item numbers) 



#34* /Ondoscendcd vt^ tosticLe^ IICD4 



75. RECOMMENDATIONS— FURTHER SPECIALIST EXAMINATIONS INDICATED (Specifj/) 



llono 



76. 



PHYSICAL PROFILE 



77. EXAMINEE (Check) 



fiedfXK'^o -M^WM-^^uMtMrn °^ ^ spscaaL agont in the 



fieldi 



PHYSICAL CATEGORY 



'5Brta% 



78. IF NOT QUALIFIED. LIST DISQUALIFYING DEFECTS Br ITEM NUf^BER 

Kone 




79. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 

RiD> HDSS, CAPT VS USI 



SIGNATURE 



80, TYPED ORPRIMTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 

Paul SEST,. LT KG OSm 




^(^■'U.^yf' 



St. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF DENTIST OR PHYSICIAN (Indicate which) 

B*W. GSS1?5RLIMG, CAP3? DC USM 



82. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF REVIEWING OFFICER OR APPROVING AUTHORITY 



NUMBER OF AT- 
TACHED SHEETS 



iMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1953-0-243413 16 - 02:ih8- 1 



MALCMK, JOHN P* 



ATTACHMENT TO STANDARD FORM 88 
(Revised December 5, 1955) 

Report of Medical Examination 

FOR INFORMATION AND GUIDANCE OF MEDICAL EXAMINER: 

The following portions of the attached examination report form need not be 
completed: 

2 67 

3 68 
11 69 

14 71 (Item 71, audiometer examinations, 

17 should be afforded whenever possible.) 

62 

65 72 

Item 48, the electrocardiogram, is not required unless the examinee is over 
35 years of age or unless other examination indicates such is desirable. 

If the examinee is an applicant, the Chest X-ray and blood type and Rh factor 
(Items 46 and 49) are not necessary unless the facilities for affording same are readily 
available to the examiner. 

FOR ALL EXAMINEES. WHETHER CLERICAL OR SPECIAL AGENT APPLICANTS 
OR EMPLOYEES: 

The medical examiner should answer the following question: 



/ 



Examinee 5:? qualified for strenuous physical exertion. (Designate 

( is or is not) 
which) "Does examinee have any physical defects prohibiting safe 

operation of motor vehicles ?" None 

J FOR ALL MALE EMPLOYEES OR APPLICANTS : 

The medical examiner is requested to answer the following: 

Does examinee have any defects restricting or prohibiting his participation in 
defensive tactics and dangerous assignments which might entail the practical use of 
firearms? 
I None 

/ i 

If answer is "yes" please specify, 

IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT ALL STATEMENTS IN ITEMS 59. 61. 64 AND 70 PERTAINING 
TO VISUAL ACUITY, COLOR VISION AND HEARING BE COMPLETED IN DETAIL. 



Paul PEST, LT Y£, USNR 



(Signature of Medical Examiner) 
le April 1957 
(Date) 




I. Agency ond organizolional designations 




^ U, S. G AlMENT PRINTING OFFICE; 1952 ■ 997374 



1 F.B.I»> 1^ St Im^i feto 

i^ ^p^ M -^l IIBM iBl B ^Bll llllfc ,1 II ,^ „ ,1 



i Employee's name (and social security account number when oppropriGlel 



3. Block No. 



PAY ROLL CHANGE DATA 



i Grade and salary 



7. Previouj 
normal 



8. New 
normal 



9. Pay this 



BASE PAY 



OVERTIME 



GROSS PAY 



REI. 



10. Kemarb: 



IMA. 







BONO 



F.I.CA. 



11, Appropriolionls) 



12. Prepared by 



NET PAY 



13. Audited by 



Periodic step-increase 



D 



U, Elfective 
dote 



Poy odiDstmenl U Olber slep'Jncreose. 



15, Dale last \i Old salary 
equivalent role 
increose 



lUWOPdGta(Fi 
during following periods) 
Period(s): 



in cppropriate spaces covering LWOP 



I/. New salary 
role 



•18. Performance rating is satisfactory or belfer, 



(Signalure or other atj|lienticalion| 



' I 



No excess IWOP. Total excess IW0P_ 



{Cbecl: opplicabic box in cose of excess LWOPj 
J In pay status at end ol waiting period, 
J In IWOP status at end el woiting period, fil/^V 



.Iniliols ol Cleric 



STANDARD FORM NO, 112«d~Revised 
Form prescribed by Comp. Ccn,, U. S. 
Nov. 8, 1950, General Regulations No. 102 



m m MI aiP-PEBii m 




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STANOAMO liORM NO. H 



Office Memorandum • united states government 

DATE: 4/26/57 



TO t Director, FBI 



FK.OM 



yKBAC, Los Angeles 



SUBJECT: JO; 



iTORRACA — . ' . 

y^or»^^^ r-r>^ij}f„Y .^h^rl^f 3 Office . 
- S S ri SP ^^RA PH OF THE DIRECTOR 

Captioned individual has been a very good friend 
of the Bureau and an adnirer of the Director for many years. 
He has indicated he would greatly appreciate an autographed 
photograph of the Director. 

There is no information in the files of this office 
which would prohibit fumlahlng a photograph to Mr . LATORRACA, 
and it is therefore reconunended that a photograph of tne 
Director be sent to him at the above address. 



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2 - Bureau 

1 - Los Angeles 






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4-41 (Rev. 3-20-56) 



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Radio 



DEFERRED 



DECODED COPY 



s.' Tolson 
^ .-' Nichols J, 



5-20-57 



Teletype 




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HoUoman _ 
Gandy 



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TO DIRECTOR 

FROM SAC LOS ANGELES 202226 

UACB PLAN TO LEAVE LA VIA PO CAR AFTERNOON OF MAY 21 EN ROUTE 
PALO ALTO TO ATTEND RETRAINING SESSION NATIONAL ACADEMY. HAVE 
STOPS IN SANTA MARIA AND SAN LUIS OBISPO ON OB. FOLL0V/ING NA 
RETRAINING SESSION WILL PROCEED TO SF TO ATTEND PEACE OFFICERS 
CONVENTION MAY 27, 28 AND 29. PLAN RETURN LA MAY 30. CAN BE 
REACHED THRU SF OFFICE WHILE AWAY. 



RECEIVED: 



7:37 PM RADIO 
'^^trti^f, 7:53 PM CODING UNIT 



EBU 



j My» Mohr 



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// the intelligence contained in the above message is to be disseminated outside the Bureau, it is suggested that it be suitably 
paraphrased m order to protect the Bureau's cryptographic systems. 



7 



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SAC, Los Angeles 

RECORDED- 4 f"""^ -^^- ^- ' f 

uw^xucu ^ Director, FBI 



May 9, 1957 




JOHN LATORRACA 
UNDERSHERIFF 

MERCED COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE 
' MERCED, CALIFORNIA 

REQUEST FOR PHOTOGRAPH OF DIRECTOR 
RESEARCH (CRIME RECORDS) 

Reurlet 4-26-57 wherein you stated no information was 
located in the files M your office which wouM prohibit furnishing a photo- 
graph of the Director to Mr. Later raca. 

Reference is made to your letter dated 1-5-52 regarding the 
General Investigative Intel ligence File wherein it was set forth on page 210 



be 



that former Deputy SSieriff 



Merced County Sheriff's Office, 



advised Agents prior to the time he resigned that they should be extremely 
cautious in the information furnished to Under sheriff John Latorraca, in view 
of the fact that he was alleged to be close to C. Ray Robinson, who was alleged 
to be controlling vice in the Merced area. 

Your attention is also called to your letter of 4-15-49 regarding 
the Loa Angeles Crime Survey wherein it was stated that Los Angelesp^ 



advised that the only reason Undersheriff John Latorraca did not accept payoffs 

was that he realized that it would mean his job as sheriff in that Lucius Cornell 

jSflUldJmmediately fire him, and that Sh eriff Cornell had advised that Latorraca 



a known gambler. 



^^^'^^'Vas a listant relative of 
MAY - 1957 

eoMM»J» ^ *^^ Crime Survey for the Los Angeles Division enclosed with 

' ^ ywUl' ibtter of 7-13-50 on page 113 it was pointed out that an informant had 

st ated that Under sheriff John Latorraca was a very close friend and associate 
o^l t and that Latorraca furnished considerable information to 

I It was also pointed out that Sheriff Cornell had indic ated extreme 
concern over the relaUonship between Latorraca and | | although the 



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sheriff did not believe that Latorraca would deliberately sabotage the efforts of 
the sheriffs nfftrft.or any other law enforcement agency, but due to his friend 
::ship with - • 



Tolson .. . ._ - ^ ,, 

N.chois snip with I | Latorraca inadvertentljsr released confidential informatidn 

Smtnr_^::7^Wch proved damaging toliiw enfdrciBmeht efforts. According to this report, 
Kohr informants also advised that the reason Cornell retained Latorraca as under- 

parsons • * -* 

flosen _ 
famm — 



trotter 



jsheriff was that Latorraca comes from the West side of Merced County and was 
-capable of drawing a great toany votes for the sheriff from that area. ^-^ 



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SAC, Los Angeles 

Your attention is also directed to 3rour letter of 6-25-51 
transmittii^ the General Investigative Intelligence File summary for the 
Los Angeles Division wherein on page 246 it was set forth that Undersheriff 
John Latorraca and three other members of the sheriff's department were, 
in the Board of Supervisor fe' opinion, extremely inefficient and lazy. It was 
also pointed out that the character of these individuals was definitely 
questionable in view of the fact that the Board of Supervisors had received 
information involving these men with girls of ill repute. 

In view of the above, the Bureau does not believe that Latorraca 
six>uld be in possession of an autographed photograph of the Director. 

You should exercise greater caution in such matters, and In the 
future, you will be e3q>ected to make available to the Bureau all pertinent 
data in similar instances. 



aTANOARO FORM NO. 94 



Ojfice M£morandum • united states government 



TO 



FROM 



SUBJECT: 



Mr. Tolson 



DATE: 5-10-57 



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Belmo! 

Mohr 

Parsons . 
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^^ - member of the Subversive Activities 

Control Board, has4)b'fen holding hearings in Los Angeles. He returned 
to Washington and called me on the afternoon of 5-8-57/ ^He.was very 
high in his praise of SAC Malone and last Sunday afternoon Malone 
accompanied him to an ordination servyje at Tujunga. He stated that at 



the ceremony was an Irish politician na: 

for Attorney General. Cooney started^ta! 

back in 1933 the 

Director made a 

that the Director was able to horld^oh to his job. He /^^ 



Trotter . 
Nease — 



Tele. Room . 
Holloman _ 
Gandy 



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?)oney who had been a candidate— ^^y . 
"aBoofthe Bureau and stated that -^f 




Cnmmings 



I stated he has never seen one man climb all over another 
man and tell him off as Malone climbed on Cooney and told him off. He stated 
he was proud of the way Malone ha ndled him self and when Malone got through, 
Cooney^ s only comeback was to ask | ~| if he hadii't heard this as. he had been 

a politician and had been around the Washington scene. 



]told him not only had he not heard it but it was well known 



on the Washington scene that the Director was not a politician, he does not make 
deals and that he heartily concurred in everyfti^, Mr. Malone had told him. 



asked me to pass this on as he thought that Malone^ s 

performance was something that would make the Director feel very good. . I 
told him I was sure it would. 



cc - Mr. Holloman 
cc c^Mr. Jones 



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UNITqpf ATES DEPAKTMENT OF JU W9 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATIQ.N * 



FD-253 (U-22-54) 



r n , D, p^ , WASHINGTON 25, D.C. 

mNo. 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 
United States Departient of Justice 
Washington, D. C. 

Dear Sir: 

For inclusion in the fund to be paid to the designated beneficiary of any Special Agent of 
the FBI who has previously contributed to this fund and who dies from any cause except self-destruction 
while employed as a Special Agent, I am forwarding herewith {\sj CHECK - MOM ORDER) the sum of $10, pay- 
able to the Assistant Director, Administrative Division, FBI, to be included in said fund. Payment will 
be made for death by self-destruction after the Agent has been a member of the fund for a continuous period 
of two years. It is understood and agreed that the sum tendered herewith is a voluntary, gratuitous contri- 
bution to said fund which I understand is to be administered in the following manner. 

The Director of the FBI will appoint a committee which shall consider all matters pertaining to 
the acquisition, safe keeping and e^qpending of said fund, which committee will recommend appropriate action 
to the Director in pertinent matters. The Assistant Director of the Administrative Division of the FBI 
shall receive all contributions and account for same to the Director. Upon the death of any Special Agent 
who is a member of said fund the appointed committee will consider the case and submit a recommendation to 
the Director as to its conclusions. Appropriate instructions will then be issued to the Assistant Director 
of the Administrative Division, directing him to pay to the designated beneficiary the sum of $10,000. The 
liability of the fund shall not under ai^ circumstances exceed the amount of monies in the fund at the time 
any liability shall occur. The following person is designated as ly beneficiary for FBI Agents' Insurance Fund: 



Nam e Mrs. Margaret Malone 



Relationshi p Wife 



Date 



V20A7 



Addres s 375 South Bumslcie Avenue^ Los Angeles, California 



The following person is designated as tbj beneficiary under the 
death benefit to beneficiary of agents killed in the line lof duty. 

Mam e Mrs. Margaret Malone 4maj 

Address 375 South Bumslde Avenue 




Ross Fund providing $1500 
Date^^O^SL. 




Very truly your^. 



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{pecial Agent 



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MsLy U, 1957 
PERSONAL AND CONJ^EKTIAL 



Mr. John F* Malone 

Federal Bureau of InvesttgatiOQ 

Los Angeles, California 



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Trotter . 
Nease— 



Wintertowd — 
Tele. Room — 
HoUoman — 
Gandy 



Dear Malone: 

This is Just a personal note to tell you how 
gratified I was to receive the rather glowing accnunts which 
Judge James R. Duncan brought back to Washington on the 
manner in which you dealt with a "political scalawag" who was 
rather uncomplimentary in his observations pertaining to the 
^ireau and parUcularly to my administratiott of it. It is 
manifestations such as this on the part of my associates which 
have enabled the Bureau to accom^ish what it has. There, of 
course, was no truth whatsoever to the statements of the 
individual who was so derisive %u his comments at the ordination 
services at Tujunga on May 5, 

I deeply appreciate the promptness with which 
you met the issue and I could not let tte opportunity pass without 
expressing to you my personal appreciation. 



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MAILED 31 



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STANOARO FORM NO. M 



Ojjice JSAjimorandum • united states government 

^° 'Mr. Rofe^n^ date.- June 13, 1957 

V * bo 




FROM : jjj,^ Price 4'Yy , f Boardman 

(t% 1^ /- Belmont , 



Mohr. 



Parsons . 

SUBJECT: JUSTICE HUGO BLACK ^°=^"- 

U. S. SUPREME COURT TroTer" 



INFORMATION CONCERNING Nease 

Tele. Room — 



Holloman 
Gandy 



The purpose of t%LS memorandum is to recommend a letter 
of censure for SAC John FijMalone, Los Angeles Division, for the . um^^^ 
manner in which he handled captioned matter. Kr^'Cmf^'^ 

Los Angeles radi ogram June lit 1957, set fo rth information 
received by telephone from ! l alleged that 

Justice Black had been in Los Angeles approximately June 1, 1957, and 
was "rolled" for $2,800 in cash and a diajnond ring valued at approximately 
$9,000. Los Angeles radiogram June 11, 1957, concluded with the 
statement that no investigation is being conducted and the Bureau will 
be furnished further information when received. 

On receipt of the radiogram in the Investigative Division it 
vwas necessary to telephone SAC Malone and instruc t him to immediately 
take steps to determine the background of I I interview him, get 
a sign ed statement, and pin him down because the story furnished by 
I I appeared improbable . It was pointed out to Malone that he must 
check the story fully to determine if any violation in the Bureau *s 
jurisdiction was present. 

Los Angeles radiograms June 11 and 12, 1957, advised that 
1 was u nreliable and had an arrest record for drunkenness. Further, 



TEEaTg l I furnished a signed statement admitting all information 



concerning Justice Black was false, but al leged t he information applied 
l|to "a, Federal judge from Miami Beach" whom I I refused to identify. 
Lo s .Angel es radiogram stated that due to the numerous false statements 
of I I no further investigatjion was being-^conductedv**- 



It was necessary on June 12,ri^i^7„^5.^9| sen<rarteletyp^ to 
iLos Angeles instructing that they pin payp;^^^^! as t9^t^e Federal 
1 judge in Miami and consider possible prosecution- for" furnishing 
1 false information to the FBI. Oj ' %ry jyi^j ^0 vj^'' : 



RECOMMENDATION: 






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It is recommended that the attached letter of censure be 
forwarded to SAC^rMalone, pointing out his failure to comply with Bureau 
instructions andf^ausing unnecessary communication costs. \yi.,S ;■*'/, 

Enclosure " '"'"' " ' ' '' 

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Mr* John Ff Haloce 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Los Angeles > California 

Dear Mr. Malone: 



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In conneotJLOn with %%^ information 
received fromL 



and furnished 



to the Bureau by your radiograiii of June 11 ^ 1957, 
you should have recognized the necessity of 
securing all pertinent factsi and personally 
directed the supervision of the case until it v/as 
brought to a logical conclusion* Your failure 
to do this caused the Bureau to incur unnecessary 
ccnamunications expense* 

This Huattea? was not handled in a 
satisfactoj^y aantxer and you should xaake certain 
there will be no recurrence* 



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J, Edgar Hooves 

John Bdiarjilooyer" 



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captioned "Justice Hugo Black, U. S. Suprei^e Court, 
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I wouidl lik« to «x^r@S3 tiie deep thanks o£ th«i 
I; BX ior your letter o£ July 12* V^^l^ conimeiidliDg thi; j^eriouael 
o£ oar lj(i» Mg&l&u OHjic« Cor ik& muiaimc^ they txm^ b^m 
priviii^ed to render yoar committee iu coanection with trainlog 

p>rograms iorli^ t^e past ye»^. 

\\^ w@r%i» o£ courije, liai^^y to h& of aerylc% ancl 
X am taking tiie lll>t»rty o£ ftdvisliag ^pt^lal Agent In Cbftrg€; Jobs F. 
Malone ol oar Los t^&geles >3£lice audi special Ag^nt Jolm i«. 
t^iOlUvan o£ that o£iice o£ your gooi worda. X know th«^ they too 
will be a|i^reei»live ol your thooghtlalneii^ In writing. 



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k^ * Personnel file of SAC John Fv Malone, with copy of incoming 

cc - Personnel file of SA John L. Sullivan, with copy of incoming 

NOTE: Bufiles reflect nothing derogatory re Chief gchofield. 
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CITY OF SAK LUIS OBISPO 
CALIFORNIA 

July 11, 1957 

J. Edgar Hoover, Director 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Department at Justice 
Washington 25, Q* C. 

Dear Mr. Hoover: 

Tiie San Luis Obispo County Law Enforcement Training 
Advisory Committee has authorized me, as chairman, to serve you 
this letter, commending the personnel of your Los Angeles Office 
for the outstanding cooperation and assistance received in our training 
program during the past year. 

Your Special Agent in Charge, John F, ?»lalone, should be 
especially commended for his forsight and intelligent approach to the 
needs of sound training in the law enforcement field. His contriteition, 
through respected leadership and cooperative spirit, has been 
instrumental in the establishment of fine peace officer training throughout 
this state. 

i^ecial Agent, John L. Sullivan, also should be commended for 
the good will he has established among law enforcement personnel. 
His outstanding Job of coordinating and presenting realistic educational 
programs has contributed substantially toward better law enforcement. 

You may be assured that because of the sincere efforts of your 
men, this county now has a continuing training program that will reflect 
itself in higher standards of law enforcement service. 

Yours very truly, 

/s/ Wm. E Schofield 

WM. E. SCHOFIELD 
Chief of PoUce 
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July 25, 1957 



Mr. John F. i^alone 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

1340 West 6tli Street 

Los Angeles 17, California 



Dear Malone: 

I appreciate very mucli the most 
satisfactory arrangements you have made for 
my comfort and pleasure here at tlie Hotel 
and want to express to you many tlianks for 
your kindness. 

I know Mr. Tolson and I will enjoy 
our stay here. 



Best regards, 



Sincerely, 



Mr* Tolson^ 



Mr. Nichols 

llr. Boardman.. 

Mr. Belmont 

Mr. Mohr,,. 

Mr. Parsons 

Mr. Rosen. 

Mr. Tamm 



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Mr. Nease — 
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August It:, 1957 
Personal and ContMentlal 



Mr. John F. Malone 

iederal Bureau of Investigation 

Los Angeles, California 



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Your headquarters are changed from . . , ^ *^. 

to . , . ^ ^ ^ ^os Angeles* Calitorma 

ettective upon your arrival there on or after this date. This change is made for 
official reasons and you will be allowed transportation expenses and per diem at 
the rate of $12.00 per day within the U. S., $6.00 per day for air travel, rail travel, 
and ocean travel by steamship outside the continental limits of the U.S., trans- 
portation expenses for your immediate family, and transportation cost of house- 
hold goods and personal effects as provided for in Public Law 600 dated August 
2, 1946, and Executive Order 9805, dated November 25, 1946, as amended. You 
are authorized to use your privately owned automobile and you will be reimbursed 
at the rate of ten cents per mile plus incidental expenses, not to exceed the cost 
by common carrier over the most direct route for all persons officially traveling 
therein,. Should your dependents travel separate and apart from you, expenses will 
be allowed under the same conditions as above. j^^j.^ j^ j^qq^ gg^y^ g^^^ ^^ 

Government for assigaiaent. Advise Bureau within iorty-eight 
hours departure and arrival dates. 

Very truly yours, 




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Dear 



It was indeed a pleasure to receive your cordial 
letter of August 26, IDS'?, commenting so generously in regard to 
Special Agent in Charge John F. Malone's administration of our 
Los Angeles Office. Your kind words are truly heartening, and 
I know HXr. Malone will be extremely pleased when I bring your 
friendly observations to his attention. 

May 1 take this opportunity to wish you much success 
in the private practice of law. 

iSincerely yours. 



cc - Los Angeles with copy of incoming, 
cc -'IPersonnel file of John F. I^ialone with 



copy of incoming. 



NOTE:: Correspondent was on the staff of U. S. A. Laughlin Waters at 
Los Angeles until August 15, 1957, per information furnished by 

] secretary, Deputy Attorney General's office. Bufiles 



fail to reflect prior correspondence with him and contain no derogatory 
information. SAC Malone has been transferred to 30G to depart Los Angeles 
September 5, 1957. 



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August 26, 1957 



Mr. J. Edgar Hoover, Director 
Federal Bureau of Investigation 
Department of Justice 
Washington, D. C. 

Dear Mr. Hoover: 

It has just come to ray attention that Mr, John Malone, 
special agent in charge of the Los Angeles office of 
the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is being trans- 
ferred to the Washington headquarters of the Bureau, 

In almost 4 years of service as an Assistant United 
States Attorney, 3% years of which were spent as 
Chief of the Criminal Division, I have had the 
privilege of working closely with Mr. Malone and of 
observing his excellent performance of duty as admin- 
istrative head of your local office. 

I am taking the liberty of writing this letter because 
of the special regard which all of us who have worked 
with Mr, Malone have acquired through the years. 

His demonstrated technical knowledge, personal courage 
■ and outstanding leadership ability are well known in 
Southern California law enforcement circles. I would 
like particularly to mention Mr. Malone' s success in 
making the work and program of the Bureau known to the 
public at large in this community. 

We are, of course, ax^/are of your genuine interest in 
1 increasing the dignity of law enforcement as a pro- 
fession. John Malone has certainly done a greal deal 
to create public respect for those en^a^ed in police 
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TRANSFERREE, 
OUT OF LA. 

John^ FC ^ftlalo ne) spe- 
cial ageffiPrnntliatgc of 
the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation here since 
March, 1953, has been 
I transferred to an admin- 
j istrative post at FBI 
1 headquarters in Wash- 
ington, it was disclosed 
today. 

Malonc will be sue* 
cce4ed by D. K* Bi'own, 
special agent in charge 
of the Baltimore office. 
Malone s^id he plans to 
leave here about Sept. 5. 
He was imable to say 
when his successor 
would arrive. 

Local law enforcement 
officials credit MaloUc 
with the best co-opera- 
tion in the history of the 
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Mr. John F. Malone 

i uuci'ttl Lureau of Investigation 

Ids Ang<3lcs, California 



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Dear Malone: 



On returning to Washington, I wanted to 
express my appreciation to you for the excellent 
arrangements made by you In connection with my 
recent visit to California. 

Everything possible v;as done by you to 
make our stay there a pleasant one and to arrange 
for our comfort ii^ile there. Your assistance 
greatly facilitated our trip and Mr. Tolsmi and I 
are grateful for your many kin(?nesses. 

With best wishes. 



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After four years as head of 
the Federal Bureau of Investi- 
gation's, Los Angeles office, 
John i;{,.Malone, known as a 
nemesis" to all hank robbers, 
is being transferred to the 
Bureau's Washington head-l 
quarters. t 

In what is described as a 
"routine administrative trans- 
fer," Malone will depart for 
Washington and his* new 
duties Sept. 5. He will be suc- 
ceeded by D. K. Brown, chief 
of the FBI in Baltimore and 
a veteran of some 20 years 
with the law enforcement or- 
ganization. 

Malone, who came here 
from Chicago, joined the FBI 
in 1942 and served in Buffalo, 
Cleveland, San Diego and 
Louisville. :^e jailed nation- 
wide fame here wKen, while 
searching a house for a bank 
robber he opened a closet and 
came face-to-face with the 
gun-wielding holdupman. 
Only a quick shot by another 
agent saved Malone from be 
ing killed. 

During his tenure here he 
successfully guided the search 
for L. Ewing Scott, who was 
finally captured in Canada, 
and led his agents in finding 
holdupman Albert KostaL 
Under Malone, the local FBI 
force has racked up an im- 
pressive total of solved cases 
and a near-perfect mark in 
the^, apprehension of bank 
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Mr. Nichols — 
Mr. Boardman 
Mr, Belmont _ 

Mr. Mohr 



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Mr. Rosen 

Mr. Tamm 

Mr. Trotter — 
Mr. Holloman 
Miss Candy _ 



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For Your Recommendation 

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JOHN F. MALONE 
1340 West Sixth Street 
Los Angeles 17, Califoi»nla 
August 19^ 1957 



Mr. J. Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Hotel Del Charro 

La Jolla, California 

Dear Mr. Hoover: 

Please accept n^r sincerest 
appreciation for my recent transfer to 
Washington, D. C. 

I hope that I will he able to 
carry out the assignment in the efficient 
manner you desire and that I will "be able 
to merit the trust and confidence you have 
placed in me. 

Most respectfully. 




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1531 WEST NINTH STREET 

LOS ANGELES 15, CALIFORNIA 

Dunkirk 8-6101 

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Mr, J, Edgar Hoover 

Federal Bureau of Investigation E^^-?^33i 

WasMngton, D. C. 

My dear Mr. Hoover: 

My attentipn has teen called to 
the transfer of your Mr. JOHN F^/MALONE frotn your 
office here in Los Angeles to Washington. 

During the years of his service 
here in Los Angeles I have cxxrcie to know Mr, Malone 
through professrional and persdnal contact. He has made 

I a distinct impression in Los Angeles and is highly 
regarded as representing the best standards of your 
excellent organisation. 

We regret to see hiin leaye here, 
and I feel it is only fair to him and to you to know of the 
reputation he has acquired in Los Angeles. 



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September 18, 1957 
PERSONAL 



l^lr. John Ft Ivlalone 
616 Madison Avenue 
Jermyn, Pennsylvania 

Dear Ulr. Malone: 

I want you to know that I am ay/are of 
your splendid performance in arranging for Lawrence 
Welk and his group for the FBI National Academy 
Associates' banquet in November. 

Your performance on this assignment was 
exemplary and I did want you to know of my appreciation. 

Sincerely yours, 



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Associates Retraining Session -Entertainment. 

S AC;B^^lone on leave at above B;ddr^^^ntil 9/30/57 when he 
will assume duties in Training ^^^ection Division. 

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His Excellency 

Most Reverend J. Francis A. Mclntyre 

Archbishop of Los Angeles 

1531 West Ninth Street 

Los Angeles 15, C«ilifornia 

Dear Archbishop Mclntyre; 

It was indeed a pleasure to receive your kind letter of 
September 3, 1957, concerning the transfer of Mr. John F/Malone 
to FBI Headquarters. 

I am very pleased to know that Mr. Malone is so highly 
regarded by you and the otlier citizens of the Los iingeles area. Since 
I know he will be most grateful for your kindness, I am forwarding him 
a copy of your letter. 



-^— 1?Vith best wishes and personal regards, 

Sincerely yours, 

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Tamm 



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Nease 

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Holloman — 
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and is a close friend of the FBL Movement advised that Mr. Malone left 
Los Angeles on 9-5-57 and is to arrive at FBI Headquarters on 9-26-57. 



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T° ' Director, FBI date: . 9/9/57 i K-V 

FROM \(^' SAC, Los Angeles 1_ /\xtell OM ^ ^^' 

SUBJECT: JOHN f/'MAlone 3. [." .:ment ./u^ r. 

FORMER SAC, LOS ANGELES DIYISIOMl p yroll ^\.Sf^ il' 

Transmitted herewith are the Duplicate Property 
Record Card and the Field Firearms Training Record for Mr* 
Malone. He has had the following technical training during 
the year 1957: 

A, ES^ FM:, W. and WT 

Mr, Malone was on duty September 3 and 4, 1957 in 
the Los Angeles Office. His overtime for September 1 through 
September 4, 1957^ was 7 hrs., 33 minutes^ which was performed 
on one workday and one non- workday. 



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F»OM : D. J. PARSONS 

SUBJECT: SAC JOHN F.y4AL0NE 

On Friday, 9/13/57, with Mr. Tolson'^lpiJmi^r^ * '' 
I called Mr. Malone ivho is on leave in Pennsylvania, an( 
instructed him to go to Detroit to be there on Monday, 9/16/57, 
for conferences with officials of Dodge-Plymouth Divisions of 
Chrysler Corporation. Malone left Pennsylvania Sunday afternoon 
in duty status and returned to leave status in Pennsylvania on the 
morning of September 17. 

ACTION: For information and record purposes. 



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DATE: Sept. 23, 1957 




SAC JOHN ErjkALONE 

Reference is made to my memorainSim 9/18/57 
re SAC Malone's trip to Detroit on official business. In view 
of the fact that I called him off leave to go to Detroit, after 
checking with Mr. Tamm, Malone was advised that he should 
report for assignment on 9/30/57. 



ACTION: For information. 



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Nichols 

Boardman 

Belmont 

Mohr 

Parsons 

Rosen 

Tamm 

Trotter 

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Graduates of the' F.B.I* National Acadepy Associates in the 
area served by the Los Angeles fieia Office vill aeet September 24, 1957 
to volcome Mr. D, K. Brovm, the newly assigned Special Agent in Charge of 
this area. 



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We anticipate that some 200 graduates, their guests and 
nunerous civic dignitaries will join with us on the occasion, and we 
would feel remiss if we did not ask you to Join with us at this tiae . 



We know that your busy schedule will probably make your 
11 attendance impossible, but we want you to know that we would be greatl; 
Hhonored by your presence at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on September 24th 



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May/we also take this opportunity to tell you that we regret 
losing Mr. John Fi^^one, since it is the unanimous opinion of those of us 
in law enforcement here. Mr. Malone was one of the finest representatives 
of your organization we have ever met. Will you please extend to Mr. 
Malone the heartfelt well wishes of all of us, and wish him great success 
in his new undertaking. 

We are proud of our association with the F. B. I,, and 
will do our utmost to welcome and assist Mr. D. K. Brown in his new 
assignment, ' ~ " 

Looking forward, if possitxle, to your attendance at the 
Association's affair on the 24th, we are 



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I Iti is requested that a fifth floor master key be furnished 
to Mr. |john F[jMalone, Inspector in Charge of the Inspection Section, 
Training and Inspection Division, for his use. 



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Boatdman , 
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Mohr 

Parsons _ 

Rosen 

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SACf/^Qs Angeles, recommenda $500 incentive aioard for 
SA Timothy Z.Z^BJsan, coordinator, special group, jOio participated in 
ten contacts wTEhanonymous sources and is responsible for security, 
planning and analysis of program) $500 award for SA Allen F ^m^i, outside 
leader laho participated in 21 contacts and furnishes. on^t he'Sfiot 
leadersh ip; $2^0 for SAs Hobert .iJmsKry, I .^^\cmd \~ 

' each of idhom participated inrf U;^ contact'snirid operavea on 
JuTveTllance team, SE I . _" _ 1 recommended for $2^0 award for 
development of txoo photorec'ordslpid^ having repaired camera equipment on 
two occasions at scene of contact with anonymous sources assuring a uQce^s 
of contac ts, SAO recommends letter of commendation for Supervisor \ 1 



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1 This special group made IJl contacts with anonymous sources 

Yaai !kO months developing extensive valuable information regarding 
■ membership, finances, organization and programs of Southern California 
V District Communist Party (BODCP) not otherwise obtainable. Assignment 
highly delicate. Fraught with danger to personnel involved. Agents 
displayed teamwork. Judgment and planning to highest degree in 
-^preliminary surveillance and contacts. Information developed has been 
extremely valuable to Bureau. 



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1. In view of theimportance of 
to the interyial security of the United Stat 
inherent in thiatjpe of operation, the DomM 
ooncuta with SAU^-jaos Angeles, in that incetit 
commendation shoiiBd be granted. However, 
recommended are not in line with previous a 
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MemoraTtdum to Mr. Boardman 

RE: RECOlOiSlflJATION FOR INCSirTIVE AWARDS 

2. An aijoard of $2^0 he given SA Allen F. Frei in view of the 
large number of contacts made by him, the physical danger involved and 
his actual on-^the^spot leadership in making contacts.. 



3. An axjoard of $200 be given SA Timothy L. Donovan in view of 
the actiMxl contacts made by him and his overfall coordination of this 
delicate assignment. 



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sources and surveillances while exposed to personal danger and a §1^0 
award to SE Garey D. Powell for development of camera equipment and 
on-'the^scene repair of equipment* 



5. That letters of commendation be forwarded to Supervisor 
Elmer F. Zinlf^bera for his supervision of this special group and to 
SAC John Franc islfUal one for his overfall leadership and guidance in the 
Los Angeles Office during the 20'^onth period that the above contacts 
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ADDENDUM OF THE ADUINISTRATIVE DIVISION CRD:.jclA 9/26/57 

ir. i-u^ A "^^^ outstanding work of employees of the Los Angeles Office 

* f development of anonymous sources in security-type cases, 
cortainly appears to be due to the extraordinary efforts of the 
employees assigned to this type of work. SAC, Los Angeles, has 
poxnted out that SA Donovan has been the coordinator and SA Frei 
i^?«?^^^'^'^* i!^'*?^ ^"^ connection with these contacts. In addition, he 
pointed out the identity of the agents who have participated in a 
number of contacts ^Qd operated on surveillance teams as well as the 
part played by SE| |who handled vital photographic aspects of the 



contact at the scene. In all he mentioned that the special group to 
wnich these agents are assigned have made 131 contacts with anonymous 
sources during the past 20 months and have procured valuable informa- 
tion not otherwise obtainable. 

In view of the active and prominent part played by these 
agents in these dangerous yet successful operations, it is felt that 
they should be recognized with incentive awards; however, it appears 
that the success realized is a result of a team operation. Awards 
meijual amounts would appear to be more appropriate since the employees 
recommended for the greater amounts are in higher grades and are 
expected to assume greater responsibilities. According to the approved 
table utilized in determining the amount of awards to be given in cases 
o± this nature, it is felt that the performances of these men have been 
of moderate value and broad application thus entitling them to awards 
of between $150 and $300. 

BUREAU RECORDS OF EMPLOYEES RECOMMENDED FOR INCENTIVE AWARDS ; 

SA Donovan entered on duty 11/17/47, GS 13, $8990. During 
last three years he has been commended on one occasion by the Director 
and once through his SAC. Received $225 cash award on 5/26/55 in 
recognition of outstanding work done in development of confidential 
sources. On 9/6/55 he was censured and placed on probation for failure 
to disseminate information procured from a confidential source Re- 
moved from probation 12/19/55. Received rating of Excellent on 1957 
annual performance rating. 

SA Frei entered on duty 6/30/41 as clerk and 7/6/42 as SA. 
GS 13, $9850. During last three hears, has been commended once through 
SAC." Rated Excellent on 1957 annual performance rating. 

SA Barry entered on duty 3/26/51, GS 12, $7570. Has been 
commended once by the Director and once through his SAC. No censures. 
1957 annual performance rating was Excellent. 



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censured and placed on probation ior inadequate handling of informa- 
tion received from two confidential sources. Removed from probation 
on 12/21/55. 1957 annual performance rating was Excellent. 



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been commend ld on tw! > occasions by the Director and once through his 
SAC. Censured once. 1957 annual performance rating was Excellent. 



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"bs 10, $6050. Over-all record quite satisfactory. 



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Has been commended twice by the Director and ^^^e through ^^J SAC 
1957 annual performance rating was Excellent. Considered outstanding 
in use of photographic and sound equipment and has functbned in a 
calm, cool fashion and has used sound judgment. 

RECOMMENDATIONS : 

1 That cash awards in the amount of $150 each be approved 
for all ageAts and the Special Employee recommended for such awards since 
their performances were all a part of a team operation which culminated 1^ 
outstanding results. (The awards in this instance are consistent with 
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Memorandxm to Mr. Boardman 

BK: RECOimmDATION FOR INCSNTI7S AWARDS 



DETAILS : 



Attached memoranda from SAC, Los Angeles, recommend incentive 
awards for five Agents and one Special Employee and letter of commendation 
for one Agent in connection with investigation of Communist Party, USA 
(CPUSA). Personnel involved assigned to special squad devoted to 
penetration of SCDGP through development of anonymous sources. Ikiring 
past 20 months, groig) made IJl contacts vohich resulted in obtaining 
24,666 photographs. Detailed and highly valuable information not 
otherwise obtainable secured concerning membership, finances, organization 
and programs of SCDCP. Contacts were highly delicate, extremely 
dangerous to personnel involved, called for teamwork. Judgment and planning 
in highest degree. 

There follows the identities of personnel involved, the SAC's 
recommendations and summary of their participation in development of 
anonymotcs sources* 

SA Timothy L. Donovan (^^00) 

Coordinator of groig); responsible for security, planning and 
analysis of various programs in operation. Periodically, acts as on^-the^ 
scene leader, displays outstanding Judgment in overfall planning, 
participated in contacts with anonymous sources ten qccasions from 
12^14-^S^ through 7-^11^57^ Contacts delicate in nature, physically 
dangerous and produced excellent information j^ru^emiHg membership, fifuxnoei 
and general organization SCDCP. Assigned group since o-jTi* 

SA Allen F. lYei (J^OO) 

Acts as on'^the^^cene leader on day^to^^ay basis. Possesses 
outstanding knowledge of locks, photography and mechnical devices. 
Coordinates activity of contact team, responsible for selection of proper 
equipment aitd largely responsible for outstanding success of these 
operations. Acted as contact man with anonymous sources on 21 occasions 
during period l^ll^S^ through 4-5-57» When not on actual contact, operatem 
as outside leader in^guard car and directs <the surveiJiance team. 
Information developed during his contacts concerns finances, membership 
and organisation of SCDGP. Assigned to group since 5-52» > 



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BE: BSCCaaUOfDATION FOR INCENTI7S AWARDS 



contacting anonymous sources on fivt occasions 
Aa&i pnmd ±f% ttroim since 7^55 • Handled 



SA Robert J. Barry (^2^0) 

Member of team 
9^11 ^^6 through 2^21^5?. 

preparatory work in developing] hnd made original oontact0 

Source furnished breakdown of jour secziond of 24th 0. Dm Division, 
Los Angeles County Communist Party (LACCP) including analysis of 
membership, national minority groig)s and mass organizations of 
affiliated members. When not assigned on contact team, operates on 
surveillance team averaging five surveillances per week. Surveillances 
are delicate, discreet operations and largely responsible for success of 
contacts. 



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12'6-S^ through S-'S'S?* <)n arottn sinc a o-S5» Handled preparatory vx>rk 
and original contact with \ \ This source outstandiruf in 

furnishing complete information concerning transfers of GP members within 
Zos Angeles County and to other areas. Is member of surveillance team 
xohen not making actual contacts. 



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from 12^S^S^ through 9^3^57 • On group since 9^55* Operates as assistant 
to SA Donovan in analysis, dissemination and general administration of 
squad and as inside coordinator in Donovan's absence. Determines 
reliability and identities of neighbors and family members* associated 
with sources. 



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Assigned to group sinck 2^S6» primarily for photographic 
and fixed surveillance work. Developed two photoreoords used exclusively 
in high ly confidential assignments. Wse of equipment developed by 

I has provided additional security in contacting confidential sources 
in that it has appearance of a normal door--to^oor salesman^type luggage 
and does not normally require reloading at scene of contacts It allows 
a larger field to be photographed and is e xtremely simple in its operatiom 

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the past 20 months repaired camera equipment 



past 20 months repaired camera equipment in immediate area of contact 
witftout which valuable information would not have been acquired. 



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BE: RECOltUmWATION FOR INCENTIVE AWARDS 



SAO emphasizes that operation is that of a team and each phase 
micst be handled with proper planning and ingenuity. 

SAC, Los Angeles, recommends that a letter of commendation be 
forvxirded to Supervisor Elmer F. Lindberg who has direct responsibility 
for operation of squad. 

During the past 20 months, John Francis Malone has been the 
Special Agent in Charge of Los Angeles Office. 




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Dear Mr. Bowers: 

I hEve recellied the letter which yai sent <m 
September 10, 1W7, on behiOf d 0^* C«l"or^ Ch^«rof the 
FH Nittonul Acedemy AeeocUtes and President A. Loweu 
Hopkins. 

It was thoughtful of you to Invite me to attend the 
meeting on September 24 ^ch wlU welcome Mr. 0««Jf ^^^ 
Bromf Alth^ I would certainly like to Join you for ^ occas^, 
a urlor commttment wiU make it Impossible for me to do so. 1 1^^» 
to^er , that your generous gesture wlU be greatly ai^reclated by 
Mr. Brown. 

May/1 also thank you for your favorable comme^ 

about Mr. J<&n F?^Mone. They are sure to be as •^"^'^S^*^*, -^ 
Stoas tliy were for me, andhewm be grateful foryourg^^ >^ 

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Dear Mr, Bailey: 



The writer wishes to coaniend to your attention the 
splendid cooperation accorded this office by John F. Malone, 
mtil recently the Special Agent in Charge of the Los Angeles 
Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Mr. Malone 
has been transferred to the Central Office of the Bureau in 
Washington, D. C^ 

Daring the writer's tenure here, this office lias had nu- 
merous occasions to call upon Mr. Malune and his staff in connect- 
ion with matters of mutual interest. The efficiency and courteous 
iirsaediacy of the cooperation received was outstanding and a great 
credit to Mr. Malono^s leadership. 

The writer and all agents assigned to this office are un- 
animous in our appreciation of the genuine cooperation afforded 
by Mr. Malone and the staff of his office. 

Sincerely yours. 



Hibbard Lamkin 
Special Agent in Charge 



Mr. E. Tomlin, Bailey 

Director, Office of Security. 



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for m highly olfective over-all loaitereWp sad giil<3aace you 
afiordea the nttmei?ou,s contacts of conf l^enttal mmtceBOt 
infoyia^ion o£ g«5at value to the Bareaw la Uie eocwlty 
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Director 

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Washington 25, D. C. 

Dear Mr. Bailey: 

It was indeed a pleasure to receive your letter of 
September 25, 1957, with enclosure, referring to the work of 
Mr. John Fj£;;Malotte. 

I deeply appreciate your bringing to my attention 
the letter from Mr. Hibbard Lamkin, and I shall be happy to 
advise Mr. Malone. He will be most thankful for such favorable 
comments. 

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RECEIPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



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I certify that I have received the following Government property for official use; 



Parking Permit Space 11 







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The Government property which you nefeby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 
DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 
ANY If AY. 




\ 



, 



Very truly yours 



ly 




John P. Malone 



,<£rANOARD itontA NO. 64 



Office Memorandum 



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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 



TO 



FROM 



SUBJECT: 



Mr • Mohr 



H. L. Edwards 



DATE: 9-30-57 



^iJ^P^ 



JOHN f1 JlALONE 

Number Gme Man 

Training and Inspection Division 

EOD 5-4-42; GS-17, $14,190 

Non- Veteran (Not in Reserves) 

Not on Probation 



Tolson 

Nichols 

Boardman 

Belmont 

Mohr b 6 

Parsons 

Rosen 

Tamm 

Trotter 

Nease 

Tele. Room 

Holloman 

Gandy 



The following is a brief and concise summary of Mr. Malone's 
personnel file for the Director's use. 

Mr. Malone was ordered under transfer to the Training and 

(Inspection Division as #1 Man on 8-16-57. By letter dated 8-19-57 he 
expressed appreciation for this transfer to Washington, D. C. He hoped 
that he would be able to carry out the assignment in the efficient manner 
the Director desired and that he would be able to merit the trust and con- 
fidence the Director had placed in him. Mr. Malone reported to the Seat 
of Government on 9-30-57. He served as a Special Agent in Charge since 
2-28-51 and was the head of the Los Angeles Office since 3-29-53. 



During the year 1957, Mr. Malone has received two lettej: s of 
On 1-8-57 he was censured for th e manner in whic h he handled the 

1 O n 6-14-57 he 



investigation of the reported kidnaping of 

was ce nsured in connection with the information received from 

[ and furnished to the Bureau by his radiogram of 6-11-57.' He should ' 
have recognized the necessity of securing all pertinent facts and personally 
directed the supervision of the case until it was brought to a logical 
conclusion. On 5-9-57 his attention was directed to his failure to furnish 
the Bureau all pertinent data in the files of the Los Angeles Office relating 
to John Latorraca, Undersheriff , Merced County Shei-iff 's Office, Merced, 
California, who had requested a photograph of the Director. He was instruct- 
ed to exercise greater caution in such matters in the future. He received 
letters of COMMENDAT ION on 2-8-57, 3-8-57, and 4-29-57. On 7-25-57 and 
9-3-57 the Director expressed APPRECIATION for arrangements made by him in 
connection with the Director's recent visit to California, and on 5-14-57 
APPRECIATION was expressed to him for the glowing accounts which Judge James 
R. Duncan had brought back to Washington on the manner in which he dealt 
with a "political scalawag" who was rather uncomplimentary in observations 
pertaining to the Bureau and particularlxJbp the Direc_torJ_s_administration 
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of it. 



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minutes; 
3 minu 



His daily average overtime f6r March, 1957, was 3 hours 54 
April, 4 hours 2 minutes; May, 4 hours 11 minutes; June, 4 hours 
uly, 5 hours 6 minutes; and August, 4 houi's 35 minutes, 

Attachment (Permanent Brief) 





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be 



Mr . Malone listed no offices of preference on his January. 1957. 
status form. I I Former Fingerprint Clerk \ \ 

worked for the Bureau. He entered on duty 1-9-50 and was separated for 
military service on 12-12-52. His services were satisfactory. 



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BmPT FOB GOmaP PROPfflTI 

fJLl'biew of mhigmioh 

lITffl STATES DEPlfflHr OF 



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I certify that I have received the following Govement property for official use: 
lew Coinission Card with case # '0 



InspecOT 



Old Comission Card with case | 90 

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The Government property vhich^^u herehy acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking 
care of it and returning it when its use has been 
completed. DO M 11 (1 IITE ON II OR ffllllATE 
IT IN All II. 



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3- 

PEIUM 



f0 j;nilj yours, 

([olin FWalone 
fecial Agent 



STANDARD FORM 50 

REV, APRIL I 951 

PROMULGATED BV 

U. S. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIOH 

CHAPTEB HI, FEiERAL PERSOMHEU HA)1UAL 



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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

ERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGA 
WASHINGTON 15. D. C. 



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FORM APPROVED 

BUDGET BUREAU NO. S0-R064 

i 



NOTIFICATION OF PERSONNEL ACTION 



1. NAME (MR.-HISS-HRS.-FIBST-HIDDLE IHITIAL-LAST) 



111, JOHIT F*. IIALOllE 



06^62 



2. DATE OF BIRTH 
10-21-10 



3. JOURNAL OR ACTION No. 

F.B.L 

7988 



4. DATE 

10-[;-57 



Thh is to xtotily you oi the foltowm^ action aiieci'mg yottt eatploymeni: 



5. NATURE OF ACTION (USE STANDARD TERHIHOLOGY) 

O'lii-rrl! Ill C?I?LS 



6. EFFECTIVE DATE 

10-6-57 



7. CIVIL SERVICE OR OTHER LEGAL AUTHORITY 






FROM 



TO 



SA(SAC) 

?S 17 

Oil;. > 190 per annvun 



FIELD 



DEPARTMENTAL 



8. POSITION TITLE 



9. SERVICE. SERIES. 
SALARY. GRADE 



10. ORGANIZATIONAL 

DESIGNATIONS 



II. HEADQUARTERS 



12. FIELD ORDEPrL 



Spociri Ajent 

CrS 17 

oil;., 190 per annuri 



P FIELD 



DEPARTMENTAL 



13. VETERAN*S PREFERENCE 



X 



DISAB. OTHER 



14. POSITION CLASSIFICATION ACTION 



NEW VICE I. A. REAL, 



X 



AdA ^1 OS i fci on 



15. 
SEX 



16. Xppropriati&n s. a E., F B I 

18. FROM: 

18, ■ TO! 



Sarae 



17. StlBJECT TO C. S. 
RETIREMENT ACT 
(YES-NO) 

Yes 



18. DATE OF APPOINT- 
MENT AFFIDAVITS 
(ACCESSIONS ONLY) 



19. LEGAL RESIDENCE 

I I CLAIMED 1 I PROVED 

STATE; 



APPROVED 



A . tjL . '^^^W^rcM.^ 



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DIRECTOR. F. B. I. 



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REMARKSS - ^, 

Grade and classification of position subject to post-audit and correction (ty Agency Personnel Office or by the Civil 
Service Commission. 

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SIGNATURE OR OTHER AUTHENTICATION 






■)& U, 3. COVERNHEHT PBIHTIHG OFFICHj 1955 . 3445S9' 



I. PERSONNEL FILE 



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be 



OCitoberlO, 193'*/ 



i^rector 

Xsdustriul S0curlt^ 

i^toneUcs Division 

North ^^ericAii Aviittioiit 3iic» 

@150 jv^iist Imperial Highway 

Dornneff Callforziia 

J)mt%'itf 79X1 Belt: 

j^ny thanks for your Mad letter ot October i, 10517* 
You may foe sure it wa» a ple 4Sttre ior uu to be oi nioi in connection 
with the piissport gituation^fl 



Okhanloi also ior your commendatory rem^l^ 
<;oncerning D. |C. Brown, m& t kaow that he too ntm^ xmm to be 
o£ service to you anci your aftsoclatee whenever jpossible. 

Yoiir comments reiative to the Little icock matter 
md the Mae »iccu«ations of Governor Orval imlxm are deeply 
ap^cciated, and I am most grateftil lor your ejg^ression ot good 

?irlshe% 



YlZLLQVl f. 
CUPUCm*- -I 



•/ 1 



Sincerely yours. 



MA5LSP 



cc - Los i^geles, with copy of incoming. 

cc - Inspector John J. McGuire, with copy of incoming. 

cc - Personnel file of SAjJohn F. Malone, w ith copy of incoming. 



cc - Personnel file of 

cc " Personnel fUe of 

cc " Personnel file of 

cc « Personnel file of 

cc - Personnel file of 

cc - Personnel file of Mr. George D. Thomson, with copy of incoming. 

JRH:amg (12) 

^ote on next page) 



Jwith copy of incoming. 
[ with copy of incoming. 
Iwith rnny of incomings 

Jjj^ith copy of incoming, 
with copy of incoming. 



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i.«tUjr to .-Mr. iiMSfC* Vfta^'^U 



'b6 



smd retired VU/M %aiX* la Q^-'l^, a^gfiaUtu l& Tr*ittli^ jxlu 
la»pecUoa Xavt^iou. v4u Belt i» oa ids ^i^^i«l CQsx^M^otn^nW 
U6t. Mr, iV. EOS* Miller a.QD 6/23/34, ^ciol ^aiplay«», 6/l/5«, 



^OXi %/%l/iti a» d«rlc, iO/^/ .1 a& £iA, re^i^add 
tuat i4« aad {itl»«Iy r«pon«d c patatt» oa aHidal r i^cori^ %inu im ictiMly 



h^d ii(^ /a«id« tbtiie conli&ctit. 



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KCD ll/%U^% reslfeuta 



JWttZ, ««rvle«£ «»r« ^HOinf^ctary wi^ lit wiui r^^JTtmtndiidfdr 

WJtk -^ dl«rk, ^4/^2 a» CMet ol Comia uiiicall6tt {^.acUiaa, i/iU/f ^ $;., 
reslitsed il/$M^, ^rvic«ft l>»tely awrag*. i ~l v.cliJ 

juDt^ ^/lO/.,%t y#i4&tt«d %/ Zii/4^ wtOl* in OS-lut «»«rtric*Jii »»^l»(actciry« 
I k OD i/23/4a, r«»lgmjd 3/ITf/ll topratttc# 

law, 4eridic«s «sllii^ttorf » 



A DIVISION OF NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION. INC. 

1 Ootcbor 1957 




01B0 E. IMPCRI/ 
DOWNEY. CALIPONrv . 



IN RCPLY REFER TO 



lip. J. Edgar Hooror 

Direotor 

Pcdoral Earcau of InvcotlgatiKi 

l^Johinjlica, D. C. 

D:>ar I-!?. Hoovor: 



PERSONAL AND COllF 







\ o! r°/ !!®^S^®?'"^° *° *°^ *° Inspoetor John J. McGuiro of tho Bureau 
sS?t^3and to ^n,i,f I ' ^"'^'' ^^^^H ° *° expodlte l 1 doparturl for 

\5^LlSone o^^i^L''^'^ enabled m to point out that, vhile vo soroly nioo 
i^H^^i . ? ^ ^f'!' y^"^ selection of D. K. Brown to replace him was 
d1fn«r hJi°? decision. D. K. was provided n most cordial roco^lon at a 
m?o« Hotni^ \° ^?'°^^ *^" California FBIHA Associates at the Lver?y 
deil^StS +i fj+^J fS^®^!!! ?° Septomber 2-4th. Mrs. Van Polt and I Jre 
i^prlfsfon^^^ltn'Sdof'^'' '°' ^°^ ^"^^ ^ particularly favorable 

and^^^tSln P'^^^^^^^ *° ?!« »• K. as a lunchoon guost on Septenbor 25, 
and introduce bin to oonio of tho othor ox-FBI Agonts at North Anerlcan 
Aviation, Inc., Corporate Director of Induatrial Security! I 



°5 nl?*.^?®'°? ^^^^^'^^ Director of Indtatrlal Security f 
of IhAx^ m^ ^^^"^^ Division, Director of Industrial i 



: 



Of NAA.s Miooilo ^.^^,^^;Z:,^-^^^^^^ 

that r^r^h of* «« ,.4-ii ^ ^TTT 1 ^^ ^y staff, Yoti nay ronx Qoourcd 

y?j n^:\o°pr::o:tati:: h^r'"^ ^""'^ *° ^ °^ ^^^^ °°^^^^-- *° 

rlfcJlo^ k^^y^° *^^^ u^^' opportunity to let you know how fovomblo th5 
reaction h3s boon out horo to your vigorous refutation of tho rnlioic-^ 
faloohooda of Arkaaeas'o Governor OrSl E. Fbubus. l^i?o intc^t?c^1t 
Uttlo Rock's Central Hi^h School Ino boon receiving cSaid^SS It ?cn?i.. 

a h^LtJS'i'J' ^^"'^^ ^;^^ '/ ^^ ^^*° general th^t GovcSr Fa.g S 
foS^^ "J*^-^ dpjjTcjco. your forthrij^ht crA fcarloco csrccu.-^ of f>o>~if- 
vantoa decision ksa rcsaltcd in «i«!oGp?S=d opprobatica. ''^"''^^ °^ '^'^^'"^ ^ 



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With c7ory bost vioh and ramoct of porsonal rogardo, I ca 

Sinoeroly^ 

NORTH AMBRICSiH 1VIATI<£I, HJC* 
Autonetlcs Dlviaicn 



;%/C(2^ 



H. C* Van Pel* 

Director, Industrial Socttrity 



BVP:iwb 






MEMORANDUM FOR MR. TOLSON 



Tod^^srldawMr. JoYutjH, Malone, the Number 
One Man in the Training and Inspection Division, iwho rec^tly 
reported for ihSit assignment. 

^ I discussed with Mr. Malone generally the 

responsihilities and importance of the Training and Inspection 
Division and the need for meticulous indoctriaation of new 
personnel, In-Service personnel and National Academy 
personnel. I also pointed out fke imperative necessity for 
objective inspections and for constructive suggestions. 



V«ry truly yours. 



Q' 



i. 



John £%ar Hoover 
Director 



JEHrTLC 



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\ 



Tolson 

Nichols 

Boardmanv— 

Belmont 

Mohr 

I parsons 

i Rosen 

I Trotter 

/Mease ~ 

I Tele, Room . 

j Holloman 

.1 Gandy 







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MAIL ROOM 



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STANDARD FORM 50 

REV. APRIL 1951 

PROMULGATED BY 

U. S. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIOH 

CHAPTEB BI, FE>£RAL PERSONNEL MANUAL 




. S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTI 

L BUREAU OF INVESTI 
WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 




FORM ABpSMd ■■• ' 
BUDGET BUREAU NO. 50-R064 



NOTIFICATION OF PERSONNEL ACTION 



I. NAME (HH.-MISS-HBS.-nRST-HIDDLE INITIAL-LAST) 

25? » JOHN fI ^ALOITE 06568 



2. DATE OF BIRTH 



10-ai-io 



3. JOURNAL OR ACTION No. 

r.B.L 



5961 



4. DATE 



10-1 8-57 



This X3 io xiotUy you of the jtoUowhtg action zdlecim^ your employment: 



5. NATURE OF ACTION (USE STANDARD TERMINOLOGY) 

RSASSIGIIMENT 



6. EFFECTIVE DATE 



10-20-57 



7. CIVIL SERVICE OR OTHER LEGAL AUTHORITY 



EXCEPTED BY LAW 



FROM 



TO 



Special Ageni 

GS 17 

(il4jl90 per annum 



JP FIELD 



DEPARTMENTAL 



8, POSITION TITLE 



9.. SERVICE. SERIES. 
SALARY. GRADE 



10, OKGANIZATIONAL 
DESIGNATIONS 



11. HEADQUARTERS 



12. FIELD OR DEPrL 



JnspeQ-bor 



same 

same 



JL 



FIELD 



DEPARTMENTAL 



13. VETERAN'S PREFERENCE 



NONE 

X 



DISAB. 



OTHER 



14. POSITION CLASSIFICATION ACTION 

William IL Hielan^Jvm rei(. 
as 3A (SAC) eff 9-22^57 



ss 



IS. 
SEX 

M 



16, Xppropriati&n S. & E., F B I 

18. FROM: 

18. TOt 



same 



17. S\JBJECY TO t. S. 
RETIREMENT ACT 
(YES-NO) 

res 



18, DATE OF appoint- 
ment AFFIDAVITS 
XACCESSIONS ONLY) 



19. LEGAL RESIDENCE 

! I CLAIMED 1 I PROVED 

STATE; 



APPROVED 



^•^U„ 



J^ 



DIRECTOR. F. B. I. 



REMARKS: 



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^>, 



Grade and classification of position subject to post-audit and correction Ky Agency Personiiel Offic^/o^ Hy the Civil 
Service Commission. 



V 



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SIGNATURE OR OTHER AUTHENTICATION ' 




■{{ n. S. GOVEIIHUEHT PBIKTINC OFFICE! I95S . 144539' 



1. PERSONNEL FILE 



¥' 



mjuji^ ' UMyt^K ' * -t.*t»"i"" ■ 



WVt ^olaon. 



^ 



IS?f Boardmanl— 
'. M^t Belmont- 
Mr, Mohr^ 
Mr. I^ 
Mr. Pj^kons_ 

Mr, RoVen 

Mr. Tamm 



November 4, 1957 



Mr, Trotter^ 
Mr. Claytoru 

Tele. Room 

^li\ HoUomar 
Mies Gandy_ 




Mr. John Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Washington, D. C. 

Dear Mr. Hoover: 



Just a line to let you know how thoroughly 
we enjoyed "The FBI Story" on television last evening. 
It was well done and a credit to you and the Bureau. 

It certainly is going to be most difficult 
portraying your part in the forthcoming motion picture 
"The FBI Story, " if they plan to do such a portrayal 
at all. 






Respectfully, 








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PERSONAL 



^tr* Joba F. Malone 

Federal Bureau of iavestigation 

U^ashington, D, C. 



Dear EMoue; 

I cortai'iily was impressed witli tli3 
efficient manner in which you assisted Lawj-ence 
Welk and hijs group while they were in Washington 
to entertain at the FBI national Academy banquet. 
I am indeed appreciative- of your highly efifective 
performance, -' / / - 



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I hope yoa will convey to Mxs, .„ 

my thanks to her for her helpfulness in connectiOtu.^ 
with the visit of J.Sr. and ^irs. Wellc. * 

CO 

■ AiA,j^ - «^ r / Sincerely yours, j_. 

NOV S - 1957 I \ / ^ ®^ S^.^^ 





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Based on memo H. L. Edwards to Mr. Mohr 11-7-57 CRDrjlj. 

. ■ Mr. Malone was commended 9-18-57 for his work in arranging 
1 for Lawrence Welk and his group to entertain at the banquet. 

MAIL. ROOM □ Also, looked after Welk and his orchestra while in Washington. 
Salutation per Reading Room. 



Novenib^ 6, 1957 



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Me^ tTohn F^ 

We^ersX Bureau c£ Jhtrestlga^on 

WashingtcHv 2>. C, 

Dear AMotie: 

your thougfdlal note of IToveadber 4 ccmceimin; 

"The Twentieth Century" televislcai jprc^am last Smday which 

dtepicted some of the high lights ot the FBrs Mstory is iadeec* 

a{|preeiated» t am glstd that you were favorably im^essec^ 

and 1 want to thaafe you for your generous comments regarding 

the forthLComing motion pictures "'The FBI Story*" 

Sincerely, 



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Nichols _ 
Boardman , 
Belmont -_ 

Mohr 

Parsons _ 

Rosen 

Tomra 



Trotter 

Nease 

Tele. Room , 
Holloman , — 
Gandy 



NOTE: Mr, Malone is an Inspector iq The Training and Inspection 
Division, 



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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



REPORT OF PERFORMANCE RATING 




Name of Employee:. 



JOHN FRANCI 



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Where Assigned: 



TRAINING & INSPECTION 



INSPECTION SECTION 



(Division) 
Official Position -r;.i.. INSPECTOR : #1 MAN 



(Section, Unit) 



Rating Period: from 9/30/57 



.to. 



11/30/57 



ADJECTIVE RATING:. 



EXCELLENT 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory 



Employee*s 
Initials 





Signature 



SISTANT DIRECTOR 12/20/57 



Title 



Date 



Title Date 

Assistant Director DEC 26 1957 



Title 



Dat^ 



( ) Official 
( ) Annual 



TYPE OF REPORT 



(X ) Administrative 



( 5i 60-Day 

( ) Transfer 

( ) Separation from Service 

( ) Special 



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NARRATIVE COMMENTS 

Note: The. regulations require that OUTSTANDING ratings be supported by a statement in writing setting forth IN DETAIL the performance IN EVERY 
ASPECT and the REASONS for considering each worthy of SPECIAL COMMENDATION 

UNSATISFACTORY ratings must be supported by a statement in writinestating (1) WHEREIN the performance is unsatisfactory, (2) the facts of 
the (90 day) JPRIOR WARNING, and (3) the efforts made AFTER THE WARNING TO HELP the employee bring his performance up to a 

satisfactory level. 



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JOHN FRANCIS MALONE 

INSPECTOR; #1 MAN 

INSPECTION SECTION 

TRAINING AND INSPECTION DIVISION 

60 -DAY PERFORMANCE RATING 



The following is submitted upon the completion of 
60 -days' assignment of Mr. Malone to the Training and 
Inspection Division as Inspector in charge of the Inspection 
Section. 

Mr. Malone makes a very fine appearance, has a fine 
personality, and an extremely outstanding attitude toward his 
assignments in the Bureau. He has shown fine progress in 
assuming responsibility for the supervision of inspections. He 
has a good, complete knowledge of the Bureau' s rules and 
regulations and is performing in an above average manner. He 
should continue to develop and shows great potential for further 
administrative development. RATING: EXCELLENT. 




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RECEPT FOR GOVERNMENT PROPERTY 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



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I certify that I have received the following Government property for official use: 



Companion Brief Case 






READ 

The Government property which you hereby acknowledge 
is charged to you and you are responsible for taking care 
of it and returning it when its use has been completed. 
DO NOT MARK OR WRITE ON IT OR MUTILATE IT IN 
ANY1AY. *-i 



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Los Angeles 23, Caiiforui?! 



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Your very Mnd letter of Kovember 11, 1957, 
has been received, and your generous remarks are indeed 
appreciated. 

We of the FBI wera pleased to have the 
Iiawrenee Welk Band with us for the FBI National Academy 
Banquet, and it is good to Imow that your visit to 7/p.3hinston 
was enjoyable* You may be sure that my associates whom 
you named were happy to be of any assistance possible and 
welcomed the opportimity to be of service. I am f 'licrming 
them of your thoughtful commimication. 



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Sincerely yours, 



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John F. Malone, Room 52 C2, \\ith copy of incoming. 

- D. J. Parsons, Room 7621, with copy of incoming. 

- Churchill P. Downing, Boom 6228 IB, with copy of incoming. 

- Edward C. Kemper, Jr., Room 4234, with copy of incoming. 

- C. Lester Trotter, Room 4130 IB. with copy, cf incoming. 

- Charles •.> Bmith, Eoom 502S, with copy of incoming. 

- John J. 1,'cGuire, Jr,, Hopm 5640. with cojDy of incoming. 

- H. Lynn fcdwards, Room 4bl9, with copy of mcommg. 

- Bernard M. Suttler, Room 424G. witli copy of incoming. 

- James Thomas Murphy, Room 4234, with copy of incoming. 

- Personnel file of John F. Malone, with copy of incoming* 

- jf ersonnel file of D. J. i-arsons, with copy of incoming. 

- i^ersonnel file o f Churchill F. Downing, with copy of incoming, 

- Personnel file of Edward C, Kemper, Jr. , with copy of incoming. 

- Personnel file of C. Lester Trotter, with copy of incoming. 

- Personnel file of Charles Q. Smith, with copy of incoming, 

- Personnel file of John J. McGmire, Jr. , with cd py of incoming. 

- Personnel file of H. Lynn Edwards, with, copy of incoming. 

- Personnel file of Bernard M. Suttler, with cojpy of incoming. 

- Personnel file of James Thomas Murphy, with copy of incoming. 



CBF:tmh 
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(NOTE — see next page) 



lietter to Mr. Ralph Portnor 

NOTE: Portnor represented tae V/eik band in arranging for its appearance 
at the FBI National Academy Banquet. John F. Malone EOD 5/4/42, 
assigned Training and inspection in GS-17; J>, J. I-arsons is Assistant 
Director in Charge of Laboratory; ChurcMU F. I^wiiing, EOD 1/8/40 as 
Laboratory lechnician, 10/1/41 as SA, assigned Tech Laboratory in GS-15j 
Edward C. Kemper, Jr., EOD 8/25/41, assigned Eecords and 
Communications in GS-«-14j C. Lester Trotter is Assistant ISrector in 
Charge of Identification Eivision; Charles Q, Smith BOD 5/19/41 as clerk, 
7/il/4ri as i-!AA, assigned to Administration Division in GS-14; John J, 
McGuire, Jr., BOD10/7/3S, assigned <Recbrds and Co wmunications in 
G3-16} E. Lynn Edv^ards E OD 2/10/41, assigned Administrativa Division 
in 03-16; BernardRi iiuttler EOD 7/6/S6, assigned Records and 
Cojaimunicatioaii in GCi-U^ J^imes Thomas !iurphy r?D C/5/51, assigned 
ftocords and Communications in G8-14. 





Public Relations 



HOLLYWOOD 28, CALIK)RN]A _ HO, 9-1993 - 

HO. 7-0570 - 



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November 11, 1957 



Mr. J. Edgar Hoover 

Director, Federal Bureau of Livestigation 

Washington;, D. C. 

Dear Mr. Hoover: 

It certainly was a genuine pleasure making your acquaintance 
last week at the FBI National Academy function. 

All of us associated with Champagne Music were impressed and 
appreciative of the many courtesies extended. We felt particularly proud 
of the laudatory remarks you made of the Maestro, Lawrence Welk. 

Having arrived in advance of the Champagne Band, I wish to 
express my gratitude for the gracious cooperation and gestures accorded me 
by your wonderful staff , viz. Messrs. Malone, Parsons, Downing, Kemper, 
Trotter, Smith, McGuire, Edwards, Suttler and Murphy. 

May The Good Lord continue to Bless you with the best of 
Health and Success. 



Sincerely, 



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Mr. Tolson. 

Mr. Boardman 

Mr. Belmont. 

Mr. Mohr 

Mr. Neape 

BIr, Parsons^ 

Mr. Rosen 

Mr. Tanim 

Mr. Trotter™ 
Mr, Clayton, 



Tele. Koorn 

Rlr. Holl^man^ 
Miss Gandy 



November 14, 19 57 



Mr. John Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

U, S* Department of Justice 

Washington, D. C, 

Dear Mr, Hoover: 

Mrs, Malone and I want to thank you 
very much for the autographed picture of yow, the 
Welks, members of his. band, and Do(%e officials. 

It was most thoughtful of you to include 
us in the photograph, and your kindness is genuinely 
appreciated by both of us. 



Respectfully, 
John F^Mailone . 



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mx* Fifaals K, h^obu 

President 

KationaX Association of County 

and Prosecuting Attonieys 
§13 City and Cowatf BoUctlng 
L^iOt Lake City 1« tJtah 

iJ^earMr. Moss: 

It v;as a pleasiirs to rscslve your letter of January 0, 
l^Mf aau 1 sincerely aps)reciate the corciial iavitatioo to altoaa yciir 
a6&ocidtim*b' l^v:idwinit0r Cocference in X.a& Vi^as> Nevada^ In 
February. 

vvfeile I would be happy to be with yoa on tlUs occasion, 
X regret that a previously schetMed commitment precludes my indicating: 
an ace^tance. to this conaectlaQ, however, t am glaci to designate 
Xaspector Joha F. llgime to repreaeat the FBI> and you i:aay be mix& 
he i£ loc^dng lor^mrd to ae«i&s 7<^ ^t that time, Toa should also feel 
free to call oa Mr, w, Mark Felt \«^o will be airailaWe and ^ho ^ill 
welcome thi;^ opportixoity to be <:€ service. Pleasie let ua loiovir l£ 
there Is any other way w€ can be of ab£ii£itance to you. 

;>incarely yours, 

^e^ Edgar Hoover 



cc - Salt Lake City, with copy of incoming. 

ATTENTION SAC: You should make plans to attend this conference, 
keep in close contact with Moss and afford him every possible assistance* 



'^cc - Inspector John F. Malone, with copy of incoming. 

NOTE: (See next page) 
CBF:ogh (6) 



Mr. Frank E» Moss 



NOTE: See Mr. Tamm to Mr. Tolson memo dated 12-2-57 entitled 
"National Association of Counly and Prosecuting Attorneys." CED:smk 
In the past, it has been the Bureau' s policy to have the SAC in whose 
division the president of this group resides attend these conferences. 
Therefore, it is believed SAC Felt, who maintains close touch with I loss, 
should also attend. 



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' 0VS1CEM8 ; 

FRANK B. MOSS 

PrMident 

Salt Jj&iCQ City, Utah 
J. ST. CLAIR FAVROT 

Executive Vlce-Prealdent 

Baton Rouffe, L^a. 
KKITH MOBSMAN 

Secretary 

Vinton. Iowa 
EDWARD 8. SILVER 
^ Treasurer 

Brooklyn, N. T, 
GEORGE DICKERSON 

Flrat Vice Prealdeni 

CIWl 

Laa Vegaa. Nev. 
PATRICK BRENNAN 

Flrat Vice President 

Criminal 

South Bend, Ind. 

DlBBOTQBSi 

OUN W. ZEANAH 
Tusoalooaa, Ala. 
RAUL H. CASTRO 

Tucion, Arlx. 
FRANK HOLT 

Little Rock, Ark. 
LOWELL E. LJ^THROP 

San Bernardino, Calif. 
FRED B. SI&K 

Lax Anima*, Colo. 
WILLIAM B. FITZGERALD 

Waterbury, Conn. 
JOSEPH DONALD CRAVEN 

Wilmington. Dela. 
RICHARD B. GERSTEIN 

Miami, Fla. 
LUTHER C. HAMES 

Marietta, Ga. 
WYNNE M. BLAKE 
LewUton, Idaho 
BBNJA^N S. ADAMOW&KI 

Chicago. 111. 
EDWARD N. BOLLY 

JefferaonvlUe, Ind. 
WALTER J. WILLETT 

Tama, Iowa 
JOHN ALDEN 

Hutchinson, Kani. 
WILLIAM J. WISE 

Newport. Ky. 
ALBIN P. LASSITBR 

Monroe. La. 
QABTON M. DTTMAIS 

Lewlston, Maine 
J. HAROLD GRADT 

Baltimore* Md- 
STBPHBN A. MOTNAHAN 

Springfield. Mass. 
EDMOND F, DeVINE 
Ann Arbor. Mich. 
GEORGE M. &COTT 

Mlnnaapollri, Minn. 
PAUL G. ALEXANDER 

Jackson, Mlafl. 
THOMAS F. EAGLETON 

St. Louis, Mo. 
ANTHONY F. KEAST 

MiMoula. Mont. 
EUGENE F. FITZGERALD 

Omaha. Nebr. 
GRANT SAW^YER 

Elko, Nev. 
ARTHUR OLSON 
Keene, N. H. 
VINCENT KEXJPER 
Freeftiold. N. J. 
PATRICK F. HANAGAN 

Roawell. N. Mei. 
FRED A. DICKINSON 

Carmel, N. Y. 
HARVEY A. LUPTON 

Winston -Sal em. N. C, 
NORTON M. HATLIE 

Wahpeton. N. D. 
THEODORE LUTZ 
Mansfield. Ohio 
JAMES W- BILL BERRY 

Oklahoma City. Okla. 
MAX L. McMILLlN 

Grants Paea. Ore 
VICTOR H. BLANC 

Philadelphia. Pennn. 
WILLIAM E. POWERS 

Providence, R. I. 
JAMES P. NICKLES 

Abbeville. S. C. 
HAROLD C. DOYLE 

Yankton, S. D. 
PHIL M. CANALE. JR. 

MemphU. Tenn. 
DAN E. WALTON 
Kou»ton. Texaa 
BOYD BUNNEL 

Price. Utah 
WYNN UNDERWOOD 

Mlddlebury. Vt. 
EMORY L. CARLTON 
Tappahannock. Va. 
JOHN J. McCUTCHEON 

Ta comi^. Wa»h. 
ANTHONY J. SPARACINO 

Beokt*^y, w. Va. 
WILLIAM J. McCAVLEY 

Milwaukee. WU. 
JAMES 3. BARRETT 
LuBk, Wyo 



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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

OF 

COUNTY AND PROSECUTING ATTORNEYf 

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

513 CITY AND COUNTY BUILDING 

SALT LAKE CITY 1, UTAH 

Jantiary 6, 1958 



Honorable J. Edgar Hoover 

Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Depart«ent of Justice 

Washington 25, D. C. 

Dear Mr. Hoover: 

The National Association of County 
and Prosecuting Attorneys will hold its Mid- 
winter Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, on the 
24th, 25th, and 26th of February, 1958. We 
would be honored to have you join with us. Or, 
in the event that your schedule will not permit 
your attendance, we should be pleased to have a 
representative from your office. 

^ I*xn counting on Agent in Charge, Mark 

Felt s being with us, since we meet in his terri- 
tory; but I hope that you or some one from Wash- 
ington can join us too. 

Very truly yours, 

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 
COUNTY AND PROSECUTING 
ATTORNEYS 



JOIbpH MADDUX 

*" f Second VIca Prealdrni 

Civil 

Santa Ro«u Calif. 
JAMKS H. D«WSBS£ 
Second Vic« Pr«»ldDnl 

Criminal 

Troy. Ohio 
BliAINBJ RAMBBT 
-" Third Vlc» Pr*»ldent 

Civil ^ 

Lrowlston* 111. 
GARRETT H. BTRNB 

Third Vle» President 

Criminal 

Boston, ICaaa. 
H. RDSSBXL MOR88, JR. 

Historian 

KHxab«th. N. J. 
MELVIN Q. RUEaKR 

AMocIate Member 

Sxftcutlv^ Committee 

Cincinnati. Ohio 

ASSOCIATB 
DmaCTOBS 



MIBLVIN G. RUEGKR 

Cincinnati. Ohle 
JOHN T. GAIXAOHKR 

Chicaco, III. 
LEONARD T. KARDT 

Rockville. Kd. 
WILLIAM J. RAOOIO 

Reno, Ner. 
ANGUS M &TBPHKNS. 
Miami, in*. 



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yFRANK E. MOSS - President 



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"ORGANIZED LAW ENFORCEMENT VS. ORGANIZED CRIME" 



sta«Sard FXmM NO. i 



Office MefwranduM • united states government 



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Mr. Mohr \W'?a 






DATE: 2-6^58 



SUBJECT: 



Tolson 

Nichols _ 
Boaidman . 

Belmont 

Mohr 

Parsons 

Rosen 

Tamm 



Trotter 

Nease 

Tele. Room . 

Holloman 

Gandy 



H. L. Edwards . 

Inspector JOHN FUMLONE 
Number One Man 

Training and Inspection Division 
EOD 5-4-42; GS-17, $14,190 
Non- Veteran; Non-Reservist 
Not on Probation 

The following is a brief and concise summary of Mr. Malone's 
record for the Director's use. 

Mr. Malone was ordered under transfer to the Training and InspectJa 
Division as #1 Man on 8-16-57. On 8-19-57 he expressed appreciation for this 
transfer to Washington, D. C. He reported to the Seat of Government on 
'9-30-57. He served as a Special Agent in Charge since 2-28-51 and was the 
head of the Los Angeles Office since 3-29-53 until his transfer to the Seat 
of Government. 

Since reporting to the Seat of Government he has received two 
lletters of commendation and no letters of censure, being commended on 10-7-57 
ifor the highly effective aver-all leadership and guidance he afforded the 
Inumerous contacts of confidential sources of information of great value to 
fthe Bureau in the security field while he was SAC of the Los Angeles Office 
and on 11-7-57 for the efficient manner in which he assisted Lawrence Welk 
and his group while they were in Washington to entertain at the FBI National 
Academy banquet. On 11-14-57 he thanked the Director for the autographed 
picture of the Director, the Welks, members of his band, and Dodge officials. 

The Director last saw Mr. Malone on 10-18-57 at which time the 
Director discussed with him generally the responsibilities and importance of 
Ithe Training and Inspection Division and the need for meticulous indoctri- 
ination of new personnel, In-Service personnel and National Academy personnel 
The Director also pointed out the imperative neg.essity_ f or ob jective 
inspections and for constructive suggestions. { r7_. H *.- ,' > 7 n 77/ n 

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On 11-30-57 Mr. Tamm rated him EXCELLENT and said he had' an 
^extremely outstanding attitude toward his assignment in the Bureau. He had 
jshown fine progress in assuming responsibility for the supervision of 
linspections. He was performing in an above average manner. He should contini 
to develop and showed great potential for ftrther admiaistrajtive development. 

I 
His daily average overtime for the past six months was appr<)xi- 
mately 3 hours 26 minutes. "" ' " "' 







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-^of January, 1958, he list s no offices of pr eference.] | 

Former Fingerprint Clerk | ^ worked for the 



uuxeau, jtie entered on duty 1-9-50 and was separated for military service 
on 12-12-52. His services were satisfactory. 



FD-185a CR^vJL2-13-56) 






P»ORMANCE RATING Gllpl 
FC5r INVESTIGATIVE PERSONNEL 

( For use as attachment to Performance Rating Form No. FD-185) 



Name of Employee . 



JOHN FRANCIS MALONE 



INSPECTOR; #1 MAN 

- Title . 

Rating Period: f... Q/SO/ST ;, 11/30/5 7 



RATING GUIDE AND CHECK-LIST 

Only those items having pertinent bearing on employee's performance should be rated. All employees in same salary grade should be compared. 

Rate Items as follows: 
- 9"*^tP^*"S (exceeding excellent and deserving of special commendation). 
. Excellent. 



Note: 

+ 



_iZ — Satisfactory (good or very good). 



-^ Unsatisfactory. 

_Q — No opportunity to appraise performance during rating period. 



Guide for determining adjective rating: 

1. "Outstanding" adjective rating requires CA) that alt rated elements be "-}-" and (B) that each and every rated element be factually justified by narrative detail on 
reverse of Form FD.185. 

2. "Excellent," "Satisfactory" or "Unsatisfactory" adjective ratings will depend upon the composite result of evaluating all rated elements rather than following any 
mechanical formulas; however, for an employee to be rated "Excellent" he must not be rated unsatisfactory on any performance evaluation factors on the rating 
guide and check-list and must be rated "Excellent" or "Outstanding" on the majority of such rating factors. Good judgment must be exercised to insure that 
adjective rating is reasonable in the light of elements rated. 

A. Any element rated "Unsatisfactory" must be supported by narrative comments, 

B. An "official" adjective rating of "Unsatisfactory" must comply with the requirements described on the reverse of form FD-185. 



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JLr(17) Firearms ability. 

P (18) Development of informants and sources of information. 



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_ir (19) Reporting ability: 

(a) Investigative reports 

(b) Summary reports 

(c) Memos, letters, wires ' 

(Considen-_9^onciseness; y-^ nlarity; _^organization; 
thoroughness; Inaccuracy ;_j±adequacy and perti- 

^ nency of leads; JltHadministrative detail.) 
^ (20) Performance as a witness. 
JTtl. (21) Executive ability: 
it- (a) Leadership 



lf:_ (b) Ability to handle personnel 

4=^ (c) "' ■ 






, , Planning 
•T" (d) Making decisions 



(1) Personal appearance. 

(2) Personality and effectiveness of his personal contacts. 

(3) Attitude (including dependability, coop erativen ess, loyalty, 
enthusiasm, amenability and willingness to equitably share 
work load). 

(4) Physical fitness (including health, energy, stamina). 

(5) Resourcefulness and ingenuity. 

(6) Forcefulness and aggressiveness as required. 
— /is. (7) Judgment, including common sense, ability to arrive at proper 

conclusions, ability to define objectives, 

(8) Initiative and the taking of appropriate action on own 
responsibility. 

(9) Planning ability and its application to the work. 
_^^(10) Accuracy and attention to pertinent detail. 
IJ^ (11) Industry, including energetic, consistent application to duties. 

'i (12) Productivity, including amount of acceptable work produced 
and rate of progress on or completion of assignments. Also 
consider adherence to deadlines unless failure to meet is 
attributable to causes beyond employee's control. 

T* (^3) Knowledge of duties, instructions, rules and regulations, in- 
cluding readiness of comprehension and "know how" of 
application. 

(14) Technical or mechanical skills. 

(15) Investigative ability and results: 

(a) Internal security cases 

(b) Criminal or general investigative cases 

(c) Fugitive cases 

(d) Applicant cases 

^ (e) Accounting cases 

LL (16) Physical surveillance ability. 

A. Specify general nature of assignment during most of rating period (such as security, criminal, applicant squad, or as Resident Agent, supervisor, instruc- 
tor, etc.): Inspector in charge of Tnspeot.ion Section 



4*" (e) Assignment of work 
-it- (f) Training subordinates 
.rfc- (g) Devising procedures 
-f- (h) Emotional stability 

T^ (i) Promoting high morale 
-^ (j) Getting results 



, (22) Ability on raids and dangerous assignments: 

(a) As leader 

(b) As participant 

' (23) Organizational interest, such as making of suggestions for 

improvement. 
. (24) Ability to work under pressure. 
. (25) Miscellaneous. Specify and rate: 

Dictation ability . 



Specify employee's most noteworthy special talents (such as investigator, desk man, research, instructor, speaker): 

Supervisorv 



C. (1) Is employee available for general assignment wherever needs of service require? y"^(If answer is not "yes," explain in narrative comments.) 
(2) Is employee available for special assignment" wherever needs of service require? y8S(If answer is not "yes," explain in narrative comments.) 

D. 1. Has employee had an abnormal sick leave record during rating period? nO 2. Has employee used more sick leave during rating period than earned 
during such period? HO (If answer to either question is "Yes," explain in narrative comments.) 

E. Is employee qualified to operate a motor vehicle incidental to his official duties? Ix I Yes I l,No 

If answer is "yes," personnel file must reflect the following: (a) Has valid State or local operator's license for type vehicle he is to use. (b) Is 
physically fit to drive, (c) Past safe driving record OK or has passed Bureau road test. 



ADJECTIVE RATING:- 



EXCELLENT 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Utisatisfactory 



. EMPLOYEE'S INITIALS . 




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February 7, 1958 

MEMORANDUM iOR IvIR. TOLSON 

MR. TAMM 

Yesterday Inspector John F, Malone, of tlMKtFiuUng and 
Inspection division, asked to see me» stating that he had been in the 
Training Division for a period ol approximately four months and was about 
ready to leave to be in charge of the Inspection of the New York Field Division 
and wanted to see me to see whether I had any observations to make on the 
inspection work. 

I told Mr. Malone that very frankly I had little confidence in 
the inspection work of the Training and Inspection Division. I stated that 
this was a deplorable situation but I could only reach my conclusions from 
specific in^ances which clearly indicate that the lnspecti(« work of the 
Bureau is being carried on in an entirely superficial and nonproductive 
manner. Q ^^^ 

1 told Mm that the instance in which I had asked for a check to 
be made of certain conditions in the Identification Division, as a result of 
a petition that had been circulated by employees in that division, was proof 
positive that I could not depend upon the Training and Inspection Division to 
properly handle such an assignment. I pointed out that Assistant Director 
Tamm and Inspector SbankUn had forwarded to me a r^ort practically 
whitewashing the entire situation in the Identification Division and had not 
interviewed nor checked many of the very vital items that even a cursory 
inquiry should have covered. I stated it was necessary for me then to 
call upon the Administrative Division of the Bureau and assign Inspector 
Edwards, of that division, to make a recheck of these complaints vdbiich 
I had received and that hie report was diametrically opposed to the report 
submitted by Messrs. Tamm and Fhanklin. I stated that the Training and 
Inspection Division was one of the most vital divisions of the Eureau and 
was practically the eyes and ears of the Director, and when I could not 
depend upon that division to make a thorough and complete report upon a 
matter into which it was ordered to make in^iuii^yi the Bureau* s operations 



Tolson 

Boardman ^^S^tQ IH E VeW SOFty StStte. 

Belmont 

Mohr 



g:°r° _ I told Mr. Malone that as a result of my lack of confidence in 

Rosen the work of the Training and Ihspectlon Division I had assigned Bispector 



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Hoiloman 



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Edwards to make the oYer-all Inspection of the Identification Division 
because I just coiild not depend upon getting a true picture of what the 
operaticms of that division were« 

I stated that my conclusions concerning the Training and Ihspection 
Division were not limits to the Identification Division Incident iHit were also 
predicated on the conditions which have come to the surface in ih6 fieild. 

I cited the fact that idien the KewYork Office was last 
inspected, there was not discovered throf]^ the ini^ecUon the routine 
manner in which the security patrol performed its duties, namely, making 
its check at the same specifio time each day and nig^. I stated that as 
a result of this there iiad been two showings oC obscene film by employees 
of thattiffice ^«^, to use the vernacular, iiad "cased" the operatitHis <^ the 
security patrol and felt secure in the showhig of these pictures between the 
times ^ the patrol check. 

I likewise colled attention to the recent situation n^lch had 
developed in the Kansas Cl^ Field Division ui^ereln two Besident Agents, 
at different Eesideht Jigmcies and both oC n&om had been selected by the 
present IS^eci^ Agent in Charge ^ Kansas City, had been reported bolh by 
the Special Ag$nt in Charips and the B^peetors as beii^ entirely satisfactory 
and capable c^ their duties, whereas^ withhi the last thirty ^ays the Special 
Agent in Charge reported that both were unsatisfajctory in many vital 
elements* X said it was inconceivable to me that twcrmen could degenerate 
so completely In thirty days and that In my e6(;imati(ip^e truth of the matter 
was that hy reason of the pressure from headquarters the SpeclsA Agent in 
Chaz^e was giving xoxim attenticm Ixi the Besident Agents than he had in the 
past and iiad the& discovered these shortcomings, i stated that these short* 
comings, however, had not be«a noted in any past Inspections. 

I then cHed th^ two incidents n^ich have arisen reeenfily at 
Jackson, Mississl^i, and ax Cheyenne, Wyoming, wherein the Ui^ted 
States Attorneys at each of these places had written letters to the Department 
complaining about the failure of the FBI in handling its work. 1 1 stated that 
in these two instances neither the Besident Ag^xt nor the Special Agent in 
Chaise knew about the writing of these letters until I had received the 
letters from the Department and m^^ inqjEiiry as to &e facts. I stated it 
had been determined that the Ujdted States Attorneys la both instances have 
lied but that the fact remained that in the Jackson, Mississippi situation 
the Resident Agents at Jackson, of i^om there are five, had not been on top 



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of the problem for if they had, they 'would have established suff iciei^ contact 
ndth the United States Attorney so that b^ore he i?rote any Bwsh letter as he 
had, he, the XTnlted Btates Attorney, "ffould at least have mentioned soisething 
to the Kesidest Agents or to the Special Agent in Charge at New Orleans, 
X stated that as regards the Cheyenne sitoaUon, the United States Attorney^ 
for a period of nearly two years, Iiad discussed idtfa ^e ^nlor Resident Agent 
at Cheyenne the case ishich -was In question ai»i that the Hesident Agent had not 
reduced to writing or memorandum of any kind the matter, nor reported it 
orally to the Special Agent In Charge at Benver^ that ike United St^es Attorney 
has now claimed that a misunderstanding had arisen between his oMce aiid 
the Hesident Agent at Cheyenne, in that the United States Attorney or his 
assistant thou^t he had referred it to the Bei^ident Agent and the Hesident 
Agent el^Lmed that it va& not referred. 

I pointed out that in both these Instances certainly the Inspectors, 
in the inspection oi these two offices on the last occasion snd on previous 
occasions, should have ascertained exactly ^iiihat the sitosdiion was in &e 
varkms Hesident Agencies in these divlsic^s and should have been penetrative 
in determining how well these Resident Ag^icies were functioning. I toM 
Mr. M.1&GOS thai it weus my personal ophilcffii that ^a-Resident Agent was 
really on his |ob,. mA the Special Agent in Charge as well was on his lob, 
they would be able txi t^tfidly maintain ccmtsu^ts ^th a United States Attorney 
^^ that iie, the United States A^mey, would not dare to address such a 
communicati(m to the Departm^t imttt he had discussed with ^ loeal repre- 
sentatives of the Bureau the prsbXem about yMch he -waa going to compldn. 

I also/cited to Mr. Malone tiie conditifm prevalent in the 
Wasfaii^on Field Bivlsion liihereln the Prather case had been grossly im« 
properly supervised and iriierein the roljbery of the Government Services, 
Incorporated, tns^k, the murder of John Samuel Johnson, Jr« , whose body 
was found in a paxked ear at the j|?entagon, and the robbery of the Washington 
Wholesale Grocery Company had not been solved*] I stated it has appeared 
to me for sometime, and I have so expressed myself to the Training and 
Inspection Division and to the Washhigton Field division, that the Washington 
Field Bivisioa has bem suSerlhg from extreme lethargy with lack dt pressure, 
lack €i initiative saai lack of imagination. I stated it was strange that adjacent 
<^ices, such a& Bstltimdre and Richmond, could solve major crimes -when 
they arose in their divisions, whereas the Washington Field Bivlsion seemed 
to be completely impotent* I observed that there had been numerous inspections 
of the Washington Field Bivisioii irith nothing really constructive ever 



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Messrs* Tolsoa, Tamm Fetjmsury 7, 195S 

r^ommended to impmve the <»»uHtl(m idiich has existed in that Held 
divlsioit lor & long ^riod of time. I stated that I recognized that the 
Tr jdaing a»d Ihspecticm Blvislon had ^aoe some good voxk, particularly 
in the traiaiag Held, bixt that the executi?es of this Bioreau ahoiild he almost 
fanatical in ascertaining the iroaiknesses of the Bnreauy rather than in basking 
in good accomplishments* I told Mr* llaloim that the public very quickly 
forgets the outstanding accomplishments c£ the Bureau vhen it fails to meet 
a neir responsibility and that likewise within the Bureau we are not judged 
by our good Intentions nor e?enby the efforts i?e apiply, but we are Jud[ged 
1^ the results obtained, and from the instaoets which X haf e cited above, 
and which are not the only ones, the Tiraining and Ihispecticai Division was 
certainly soft and nonproductive In ma|or respects* 

X told Mr. Malcme, as regards the forthcoming Hew Yo:i^ 
inspection, that t likewise was not satisfied relative to the present operation 
c^ that office. I pointed out to Mr. Malone that ^cial Agent in Charge Powers 
had been there live months and has nc^ yet moved Ms family itom Boston to 
N^w Yoxfe for the reason thai he claims to have been una^e to dispose of his 
home in Boston and until he do^s that, he cannot bring his family to Hew York. 
I stated that this has resulted in Mr. ?ow«rs maMng ^number of week-end 
trips to Boston -n^ch causes iiis absence from Hew York, from ^proximately 
noon Friday imtil sometime Monday morning and that this was most undesirable 
and was not conducive to efficient and elective administration of afield division. 
I i^ld Mr. Malone that Mr* Bowers has now been informed by Associate 
director Tolson that no one Is k» ^prove his leaving his district except Mr. 
i'cdson in order to curtail ^s commutlag to Bos^. 

t told Mr. Malone tiiat ydam Mr. |>owers went in charge of 
New York, the office was not In satisfactoi;y shape, and for that reason, 
I had remov^ Mr. Kelly as ihe Special Agent in Charge and transferred him 
to Baltimore, Z statM this had been predicated t^<m a number of matters 
and had been culminated In th^ two showii^ of the obscene film in the New 
York Office which never had been known to Mr. Kelly or io any fsi his 
assistants untU X mad0 a replacement of an Assistant Special Agent in Cliarge 
and he had dlscoveriid it witiiin a short period of time, thou^ it had iisq^pened 
some months before. 1 told Mr. Malone I rec<^ni«ed that the Hew York Office 
was a very difficult office to administer in view of its size and in view of the 
local problems and Uvis^ coQditi(ms, but that I felt that the si^rvlsory staff 
of the Hew Yoirk Qlfice was not close enoni^ to the raak and file in that office 
and jSiat I hoped on this forthcoming Inspection he would look into this problem 



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and see Hoik, the Inspectioii was cotidacted la a very penetrative maimer m 
we cm tig^en ix^ oar admlalstratloa oC the Hew York, Office. ' 



Mr. Msimsi's attitude was excellest.| I think ite was somei^iat 
stoaned hj the statements litdeh. I made and he indicated that he certainly 
Intended to €io everytMng within his power to try to change my feeling 
ctmceming the work ci the Training and laspection Bivisiott* \ I told him 
X iiQiMsd ke would he ahle to hrhig aboot a material change hecanse X would 
like to have my confidence restored, hvi t would he less than frank if I did 
not state to him that as di today, ifeenever there was some very critical 
or delicate proUem to he looked into within the Bureas, I did not feel 
like turning to the Training and Baspectlon Blvisicai to have it dime, hut 
selected someone from some c^er division of the Bureau in whom I had 
more ccmfidence. 

Very truly yours, 

u 

John Sd^r Hoover 
Director 



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.RD-185,(Re\^. §-20-57) 



FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



REPORT OF PERFORMANCE RATING 



Name of Employee: 



JOHN FRANCIS USIALONE 



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Where Assigned 



TRAINING & INSPECTION 



(Division) 

Official Position T^ti. - INSPECTOR; #1 MAN 



INSPECTION SECTION 



(Section, Unit) 



Rating Period: from April 1, 1957 



to- 



March 31, 1958 



ADJECTIVE RATING:. 



Rating Approved by; 



EXCELLENT 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory 



Employee's 
Initials 




Signature 




Assistant Director 3/31/58 



Title 



Date 



AssisS* Director k?Rm 1958 



Title 



Date 



F) Official 
(^) Annual 



TYPE OF REPORT 
( 



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Administrative * 

) ;60-Day " 

) 190-Day 

) .Transfer *'' - '-**'>'^' -'■ - 
) Separation from- Service * 
) Special 



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NARRATIVE COMMENTS 

Note: The regulations require that OUTSTANDING ratings be supported by a statement in writing setting forth IN DETAIL the performance IN EVERY 
ASPECT and the REASONS for considering each worthy of SPECIAL COMMENDATION. 

UNSATISFACTORY ratings must be supported by a statement in writing_stating (1) WHEREIN the performance is unsatisfactory, (2) the facts of 
the (90 day) PRIOR WARNING, and (3) the efforts made AFTER THE WARNING TO HELP the employee bring his performance up to a 
satisfactory level. 



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ORMANCE RATING GU 
FOR INVESTIGATIVE PERSONNEL 

( For use as attachment to Performance Rating Form No. FD-185 ) 



Name of Employee JOHN FRANCIS MALONE 



. Title INSPECTOR; #1 MAN 

Rating Period: frnm Vl/57 >„ 3/31/58 



Note: 



RATING GUIDE AND CHECK-LIST 



Rate items^asfSfows^^ pertinent bearing on employee's performance should be rated. All employees in same salary grade should be compared. 
. Outstanding (exceeding excellent and deserving of special commendation). 

. Satisfactory (good or very good). 
— = — Unsatisfactory. 

— Q — No opportunity to appraise performance during rating period. 
Guide for determining adjective rating: 

1. "Outstanding" adjective rating requires (A) that all rated elements be "+" and (B) that each and every rated element be factual ly justified by narrative detail on 
reverse OT ronn rD*185. .^^.^^— 




adjective rating is reasonable in the light of elements rated. 

A. Any element rated "Unsatisfactory" must be supported by narrative comments. 

B. An "official" adjective rating of "Unsatisfactory" must comply with the requirements described on the reverse of form FD-185. 



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(1) Personal appearance. 

(2) Personality and effectiveness of his personal contacts. 

(3) Attitude (including deisendability, cooperativeness, loyalty, 
enthusiasm, amenability and willingness to equitably share 
work load). 

(4) Physical fitness (including health, energy, stamina). 
^ (5) Resourcefulness and ingenuity. 

— ^-L (6) Forcefulness and aggressiveness as required. 

— Zt (7) Judgment, including common sense, ability to arrive at proper 

I conclusions, ability to define objectives. 

— UL (8) Initiative and the taking of appropriate action on own 

^ responsibility. 

— fc- (9) Planning ability and its application to the work. 
— 3i (10) Accuracy and attention to pertinent detail. 
— ^ (11) Industry, including energetic, consistent application to duties. 
— ::p. (12) Productivity, including amount of acceptable work produced 
and rate of progress on or completion of assignments. Also 
consider adherence to deadlines unless failure to meet is 
^1— attributable to causes beyond employee's control. 

-— L (13) Knowledge of duties, instructions, rules and regulations, in* 
eluding readiness of comprehension and "know how" of 
^ application. 

— fe (14) Technical or mechanical skills. 

£2. (15) Investigative ability and results: 

(a) Internal security cases 

(b) Criminal or general investigative cases 

(c) Fugitive cases 

(d) Applicant cases 

-. (e) Accounting cases 

— Q- (16) Physical surveillance ability. 



(17) Firearms abiHty, 

— JbjL (18) Development of informants and sources of information. 
-jdr (19) Reporting ability: 

(a) Investigative reports 

(b) Summary reports 

— it (c) Memos, letters, wires 

(Considen-zt-conciseness; Jt clarity; _±:organi2ation; 
tti-thoroughness;Jlaccuracy;_db adequacy and perti- 
nency of leads; .^=r&dministrative detail.) 
— 9- (20) Performance as a witness. 

dtl (21)Executive ability: 

— it- (a) Leadership 
— db_ (b) Ability to handle personnel 
— Zt~. (c) Planning 
_=t- (d) Making decisions 
— "^ (e) Assignment of work 
. (f) Training subordinates 
- (g) Devising procedures 



. (h) Emotional stability 
. (i) " 



,ij Promoting high morale 

^^ c ! (j) Getting results 

w (22) Ability on raids and dangerous assignments: 

(a) As leader 

(b) As participant 

" ■ (23) Organizational interest, such as making of suggestions for 
^^ improvement 

— 3Z. (24) Ability to work under pressure. 
— -J_ (25) Miscellaneous. Specify and rate: 

>r^ Dictation abiHty ^ 



Specify general "^Jfe ?( assignmenU^ neriod (such 9s security, cripiinal, appli^t sguad, or asResi4ent.Agent, supervisor, instruc- 

tor* etc.): inspector m charge of Inspection Section & #1 Man, Training & Inspectio n 
Division: Special Agent in Charg e 

Specify employee's most noteworthy special talents (such as investigator, desk man, research, instructor, speaker): 

Supervisory 



C. (1) Is employee available for general assignment wherever needs of service require? y$S(If answer is not "yes," explain in Narrative comments.) 
(2) Is employee available for special assignment" wherever needs of service require? yfif^If answer is not "yes," explain in narrative comments.) 

D. 1. Has employee had an abnormal sick leave record during rating period? nO 2. Has employee used more sick leave during rating period than earned 
during such period? ^^Q (If answer to either question is "Yes," explain in narrative comments.) 

E. Is employee qualified to operate a motor vehicle incidental to his official duties? I X I YesCZl No 

If answer is "yes," personnel file must reflect the following: (a) Has valid State or local operator's license for Ivpe vehicle he is to use. (b) Is 
physically fit to drive, (c) Past safe driving record OK or has passed Bureau road lest. 



ADJECTIVE RATING: - 



EXCELLENT 



Outstanding, Excellent, Satisfactory, Utisatisfactory 



. EMPLOYEE'S INITIALS . 



March 31, 1958 



RE: JOHN F. MALONE 

INSPECTOR IN CHARGE OF INSPECTION SECTION 

TRAINING & INSPECTION DIVISION 

GS-17, $14,190 

ANNUAL PERFORMANCE RATING 

Mr. IVIalone has been assigned to the Training and 
Inspection Division as Inspector in Charge of the Inspection 
Section since 9/30/57, prior to that time he was Sfpecial 
Agent in Charge of the Los Angeles Field Division. 

Mr. Malone makes an outstanding personal appearance; 
has a fine personality; willingly accepts responsibility and 
has exhibited a great deal of initiative and ingenuity in the 
handling of the inspection program. He has an outstanding 
attitude toward his assignments and is outstandingly loyal 
and completely devoted to a Bureau career. He has a good 
knowledge of the Bureau's rules and regulations and is 
performing in an above -average manner. He is completely 
available for any type of assignment. 

He was commended on 4/29/57, while assigned to 
the Los Angeles Office; on 10/7/57, for highly effective over-all 
leadership and guidance he afforded contacts while he was 
SAC of the Los Angeles. Office; on 11/7/57, for work performed 
during FBI National Academy Retraining Session and on 2/19/58 
he was commended for his^lendid attitude in reporting to work 
under adverse circumstances. 




March 31, 1958 
PART n SPEaFIC COMMENTS 

1. Justification for Any Minus Ratings Given: Not Applicable 

2. Experience and Ability as Inspector's Aide: He is a fully 
qualified inspector in charge of the Inspection Section, 

3. Participation in Informant Program: Not Applicable 

4. Testifying Experience and Ability: Not Applicable 

5. Disciplinary Action: Censured on 6/14/57, in connection 
with information received from Roy Richard Davis; on 
5/9/57, for failure to furnish certain information in files 

of Los Angeles Office concerning John Latorraca, Undersheriff , 
Merced Coimty Sheriff* s Office. These censures were while 
Malone was Agent in Charge of the Los Angeles Office 
and have been taken into considerati on in connection with 
this ratii^. 

6. Accounting Information: Not Applicable 

7* Police Instruction: Is fully qualified police instructor 
and lectured before Bureau training schools. 

8. Soimd Training: Not Applicaible 

9. Current Suitability for Administrative Advancement: Completely 
available and suitable for further administrative advancement. 




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SUBJECT 



SUPERGRADE POSITIONS 



The Director has instructed that hereafter when anyone is 
raised to GS 16 or above the letter should indicate it is to be held 
only as long as he continues to perform the specific duties of the jofb 
to which he is being assigned. 

I have checked and in the past we have placed such a limit- 
ation on a number of promotions which were made to grades of GS 16 and 
17. The following is .a tabulation of those officials who were advised 
at the time they received the promotion to the grade listed that it 
would remain in effect only for the duration of the assignment to the 
position they were then occupying; 



NAIVE 



ASSIGNED WHEN PROMOTED 



PRESENT POSITION 



Ro Do Auerbach 
jJoh n Fo Maio ne/ 

Eo Jo Powers 

Wo Mo Whelanp Jro 

Ro Jo A*bbaticchiOj, 

Do Ko Brown 

Wo Go Simon 

Co Eo Weeks 

Ho Lo Edwards 

Bo Co Brown 



GS 17 as SACp Seattle 

GS 17 as SACj, Los Angeles 



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GS 17 as SAC, 
GS 17 as SACj, 
GS 16 as SACp 
GS 16 as SAC 5 
GS 16 as ASAC 



Boston 

San Francisco 

Charlotte 

Baltimore 

, New York 



GS 
GS 



16 as SAC. Miami 



16 as Peirsonnel Officer, 
Administrative Division 
GS 16 as Inspector in 
Training and Inspection 
Division 



SAC, Chicago 
Inspector, Training & 
Inspection Divisibn 
SAC, New York 
Resigned 2/2S/5S 
SAC, New Orleans 
SAC, Los Angeles 
Same 

SAC, Louisville 
Same 

SAC a Newark 



■.it is true that we have advised the above -mentioned officials 
in the pasJt that their promotion would only be effective for the duration 
of their assignment to a Specific position. Actually, however, in the 
case of a. vetsran fehis stipulation has n© effe.et whatever « The Veterans 
Preference Act specifically states that a veteran cannot be reduced in 
grade or salary without being given advarice written notice and the rtec= 
essary changes being brought to justify such demotion. In other words, 
he cannot be reduced in grade or salary except for cause based upon 
some failure on his part to properly discharge his responsibilities. 
The fact that he is advised afe: the time 



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of his promotion that the promotion) will remain in effect only during 
the assignment to the particular position does not vitiate the require- 
ments of the Veterans Preference Act in this regard o 

It will be noted that althot^h the assignments of all but 
two of the above-listed officials (Mr, Ho L. Edwards and Mr. W„ G, 
Simon) have since changed, these reassignments were to positions of 
equal or greater importance than those they held at vthe time they were 
promoted to grade GS 16 or above. It is felt, therefore, that no 
change should- be made in the grades of thes§ officials, but in-comp- 
liance With" the Direcfeor's instructions we will, in the future, stipulate 
in each instance where anyone is raised to grade GS 16 or above that 
the grade is to be held only as long as the individual continues to 
perform the specific duties of the job to which he is being assigned. 

RECOMMENDATIONS 

That no change ±rx grade be made with respect to the above- 
listed officials but that in future promotions to grade GS 16 or above 
such individuals be advised that the promotion will be effective only 
as long as he continues in the specific job to which he is being 
assigned. 

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FD-253 (11-22-54) 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 



In Rspfyf Please B^er to 
FikNo, 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 
United States Department of Justice 
Washington, D. C. 

Dear Sir: 



WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 



RE: SA llotfM r^/)LftA|£ 

(type or print plainly) 



For inclusion in the fund to be paid to the designated beneficiary of aiy Special Agent of 
the FBI who has previously contributed to this fund and who dies from snj cause except self-destruction 
while employed as a Special Agent, I am forwarding herewith {'bj CHECK - MONEY ORDER) the sum of $10, pay- 
able to the Assistant Director, Administrative Division, FBI, to be included in said fund. Payment will 
be made for death by self-destruction after the Agent has been a member of the fund for a continuous period 
of two years. It is understood and agreed that the sum tendered herewith is a voluntary, gratuitous contri- 
bution to said fund which I understand is to be administered in the following manner. 

The Director of the FBI will appoint a committee which shall consider all matters pertaining to 
the acquisition, safe keeping and e3q)endkg of said filnd, which committee will recommend appropriate action 
to the Director in pertinent matters. The Assistant Director of the Administrative Division of the FBI 
shall receive all contributions and account for same to the Director. Upon the death of any Special Agent 
who is a member of said fund the appointed committee will consider the case and submit a recommendation to 
the Director as to its conclusions. Appropriate instructions will then be issued to the Assistant Director 
of the Administrative Division, directing him to pay to the designated beneficiary the sum of |10,000. The 
liability of the fund shall not under any circumstances exceed the amount of monies in the fund at the time 
aiqr liability shall occur. The following person is designated as my beneficiary for FBI Agents' Insurance iFund: 



Nam e MRC fv|fl(^rvftAgr MA UaJ£ 



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Relationship (^J > Ft' 



Date 



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, The following person is designated as my beneficiary under the Chas. S. Ross Fund providing $1500 

death benefit to beneficiary of agents killed in the line of duty. 

I m: M /(S..., Nf^t^G -Pl dBT MfiLoAJf- Relationshi p /J /f ^ Date VWiVL, 

Addres s . ^ ^ H I/A Lief flflJifG . fj LExf^/Oi} fil/^ 



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Very truly yours, 



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STANDARD F05IM t^. 64 



Office Memorandum • united states government 

TO : DIRECTOR, FBI pate: February 19, 1958 

FROM : Q./TAIM 

subject: MAlSnE, VoHN F. 



ATTITUDE 



The purpose of this memorandum is to report that the captioned 
employee reported for work on 2-18-58, notwithstanding the extremely 
hazardous travel conditions. In accordance with the Director's instructions 
this is to be made a matter of record in the employee's personnel file and 
considered as a COMMENDATION. 

On Saturday, 2-15-58, the Washington, D. C. , area was blanketed 
by fourteen inches of snow as a result of a storm which the Weather Bureau 
termed the worst that has struck this area in twenty- two years. Thereafter, 
high winds and near zero temperatures set in for several days making travel 
conditions extremely hazardous. 

On Monday, 2-17-58, in recc^nition of the hardships and hazards that 
Federal Government employees would face in coming to work, a White House 
announcement was made encouraging such employees to stay home and take 
a day of annual leave. During the late afternoon of 2-17-58, a further official 
announcement emanated from the White House instructing that aU Government 
employees who were not considered essential would be excused from work 
on 2-18-58 on Administrative Leave. 

The captioned employee considered his work and his services to 
the FBI so essential that in spite of the foregoing announcement he took it 
upon himself to come to work and perform his regularly assigned duties. 
This is considered a highly exemplary attitude on the part of this employee 
and his actions in this instance certainly demonstrate his devotion to duty and 
the fact that he places his employment with the FBI above his personal con- 
venience. 

RECOMMENDATION: 

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That this memorandum be placed in the employee' s personnel file . 

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standard Form. 88 

(Kev. Aug. 1950) 
. Promulgated bt 
bttreaxj ojtthe budget 
Circular A-24 



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bRT OF MEDICAL EXAMINATION^ 







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I. LAST NAME— FIRST NAME-^f-llDDLE NAME \j 


0r- 


2. GRADE AND COMPONENT OR POSITION 

Insre c-hov 


3. IDENTIFICATION NO. 


4. HOME ADDRESS (Number, itTCet or RFI>, cUv or town, zone and %i^ 


5. PURPOSE OF EXAMINATION 

Annual 


6. DATE OF EXAMINATION 

Ar^-p on 705 


7. SEX 

21 


8. RACE 


9. TOTAL YRS. GOVT. SERVICE 
MILITARY CIVIUAN 


10. DEPARTMENT. AGENCY, OR SER^?ICE * 


n. ORGANIZATION* UNIT 




12. DATE OF BIRTH 


13. PLACE OF BIRTH 

Pennsylvania 


14. NAME. REUTIONSHIP. AND ADDRESS OF NEXT OF KIN 


15, EXAMINING FACILITY OR EXAMINER, AND ADDRESS 
•»T r,T -ff ^ 


16. OTHER INFORMATION 



17. RATING OR SPECIALTY 


TIME IN THIS CAPACITY: TOTAL 


LAST SIX MONTHS 


CLINICAL EVALUATION 


NOTES.— Describe every abnormality in detail. (Enter pertinent item number before each 
comment: continue in item 73 and use additional sheets if necessary. "i 


NORMAL 


ABNOR- 
MAL 


iCheck each item in appropriate col- 
umn: enter "2V. E/* if not evaluated) 










18. HEAD. FACE. NECK. AND SCALP 


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19. NOSE 










20. SINUSES 








21. MOUTH AND' THROAT 








22. EARS-GENERAL S;*r^7-'/V^^„^^^^^^^^^^ 








23. DRUMS {Perforation) 








?i FYF<;— nFMPRAr (^"W«' acuUv and refraction 
£A, EYES— GENERAL ^^^ ^^^ ^g^ qq^ ^„^ qj^ 


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2S. OPHTHALMOSCOPIC 










26. PUPILS (Equality and reaction) 










27. OCULAR MOTILITY '^.^.V^l'uiio^Z^f ""^ 










28. LUNGS AND CHEST (Include breasts) 










29, HEART (Thrust, size, rhythm, sounds) 










30. VASCULAR SYSTEM (Varicosities, etc.) 










31. ABDOMEN AND VISCERA (Include hernia) 










32. ANUS AND RECTUM &5??,^^/^SS;' 


34. Undescended vb. testicle NCD 








33. ENDOCRINE SYSTEM 




X 


34. G-U SYSTEM 




X 




35. UPPER EXTREMITIES SS'n)'^' ''*"*'* °^ 




X 




36. FEET 


in1 


X 




37. LOWER EXTREMITIES \§l^U^le of motion) 


rt *»et ,. . ■ J I I 


X 




38. SPINE. OTHER MUSCULOSKELETAL 


--— -^'"'^'""'^ 




X 


39, IDENTIFYING BODY MARKS, SCARS. TATTOOS 




X 




40. SKIN. LYMPHATICS 




X 




41. NEUROLOGIC iEouilibrium tests undo- item 7£) 


/^' . ' * \ 


X 




42. PSYCHIATRIC (Spedfvanvversonalitv deviation) 


\ . 1 ; ' ^ * ! ' - r^ '* - . ' *- -*o . 


Females only 


(Cheek how done) 
43, PELVIC D VAGINAL D RECTAL 


\ M'"' ■ -'/- s^ \ 






\ ' (Coniinue'inatem.7jS) ' ^ ' 


44. 

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DENTAL (Plac£ appropriate symbols above or below number oft 

o.—Restorable teeth X.—Missing teeth 
i.—NonrestoraUe teeth XXX.—Beplaced by 

' JT 2 3 Jf 5jf 6 7 a 


tpper and'lower teeth, respectively) j 

(5X8) .—Fixed bridge, brackets to , 
ientures include abutments 

9 10 11 Jft. 1^ 14 15 16 ^ 


REMARKS AND ADDITIONAL DENTAL DEFECTS AND 
DISEASES ' - - -- . ' 

I^eets^ d'cittal stand a 'i;^ 

Cor ies KCL^ 

Pr\ d:tr. ^'an. I' CD 


fii^fi^S 27 26 25 


24 3 ^ 21 2^ J? '8 JT T 



UBORATORY FINDINGS 



45. URINALYSIS: SP. GR. 7 ^ 0.95 



ALBUMIN 

nag. 



SUGAR 

nen. 



48. EKG 

I'it.iin 
nor-:ial 
J in i ts 



MICROSCOPIC 

neq. 



49, BLOOD TYPE AND RH 
FACTOR 



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46. CHEST X-RAY (Place, date, film number, result) 



051 794C^nnn. 



50. OTHER TESTS 



47. SEROLOGY (Specify test used and result) 

— iraJin r, vmi nog. 



3 




X&— 62288-1 



MEASUREMENTS AND OTHER FINDINGS 



51. HEIGHT 



73 



52. waGHT 



19? 



53. COLOR HAIR 

Srovm--arav 



54. COLOR EYES 

Brovm 



55. BUILD: 



SLENDER MEDIUM HEAVY OBESE 

□ DT D D 



56. TEMP. 



-sa. 



57. BLOOD PRESSURE {Arm at heart level) 



58, PULSE (Arm at heart level) 



SITTING 



s^s- Me 



DiAs. go 



RECUM- 

BENT 



59. 



DISTANT VISION 



RIGHT 20/ 00 



CORR. TO 20/ 



LtfTTa/ idU 



CORR. TO 20/ 



62. HErEROPHORlA: 

{Specify distance) ES° 



STANDING 
(5 min.) 



SITTING 

86 



AFTER EXERCISE 



60. 



REFRACTION 



CX 



2 MIN. AFTER 



RECUMBENT 



AFTER STANDING 
3 MIN. 



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NEAR VISION 



CORR, TO 



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L.H. 



PRISM DIV. 



PRISM CONV. _ PC PD 



63. ACCOMMODATION 




64. COLOR VISION {Test used and remit) 


65. DEPTH PERCEPTION 
(Test used, arid sf^^€i 


UNCORRECTED 


RIGHT LEFT 


1946 AOC 18 Z 18 


CORRECTED 


66. FIELD OF VISION 


67. NIGHT VISION {Test used and score) 


68. RED LENS 


69. INTRAOCULAR TENSION 


70. HEARING 


71. AUDIOMETER 


72. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR {Te^s used and score) 


RIGHT WV /I5SV /I5 
LEFT WV - ^ /I5 SV - ^ /IS 

lo lo 




250 

£66 


600 
SIX 


1000 

iou 


2000 
t0i8 


3000 

£896 


4000 


8000 
Bi9£ 






RIGHT 










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LEFT 










WM 















73. NOTES {Continued) AND SIGNIFICANT OR INTERVAL HISTORY 



{Use additional sheets of plain paper if necessary) 



74. SUMMARY OF DEFECTS AND DIAGNOSES {List diagnoses with item numbers) 

34^ Undescended rt. -bcs-biole IJCL 



75. RECOMMENDATIONS— FURTHER SPECIALIST EXAMINATIONS INDICATED (Specify) 






76. PHYSICAL PROFILE 


Hone 


P 


u 


L 


H 


E 


S 
















77. EXAMINEE {Check) ©ssir-^i ^ ^, . 

t'^ QUALIFIED FOR .^035 Pnysjcaf Exertion 

□ IS NOT fiJ^f^ if,^^ ^f rjpoj.-. 


PHYSICAL CATEGORY 


78. IF NOT QUALIFIED, LIST DISQUALIFYING DeVeCTS BYlfdJ^NUMBER 






A , 


B 


C 


E 












79. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 


SIGNATURE 

s/ : 


• Ij» Sill ^ tlr^ 


80. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF PHYSICIAN 


SIGNATURE 


81. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF DENTIST OR PHYSICIAN {Indicate wliich) 


SIGNATURE 
/?/ J. 


E. on^alley, LCL^. LC USN 


82. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME OF REVIEWING OFFICER OR APPROVING AUTHORITY 


SIGNATURE 




NUMBER OF AT- 
TACHED SHEETS 



U.IMSVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1953— 0-24341 3 16-62288-1 



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ATTACHMENT TO STANDARD FORM 88 
(Revised December 5, 1955) 

Report o\ Medical Examination 
FOR INFORMATION AND GUIDANCE OF MEDICAL EXAMINER: 

The following portions of the attached examination report form need not be 
completed: 

2 67 

3 68 
11 69 

14 71 (Item 71, audiometer examinations, 

17 should be afforded whenever possible.) 

62 

65 72 

Item 48, the electrocardiogram, is not required unless the examinee is over 
35 years of age or unless other examination indicates such is desirable. 

If the examinee is an applicant, the Chest X-ray and blood type and Rh factor 
(Items 46 and 49) are not necessary unless the facilities for affording same are readily 
available to the examiner, 

FOR ALL EXAMINEE S, WHETHER CLERICAL OR SPECIAL AGEN-T APPLICANTS 
OR EMPLOYEES! 

The medical examiner should answer the following question: 

Examinee -— -A^ _ qualified for strenuous physical exertion. (Designate 

( IS or is not) 

which) 

FOR ALL MALE EMPLOYEES OR APPLICANTS : 

The medical examiner is requested to answer the following: 

Does examinee have any defects restricting or prohibiting his participation in 
defensive tactics and dangerous assignments which might entail the practical use of 
firearms? Does examinee have any defects prohibiting safe operation of motor vehicles? 



If answer is "yes" please specify. 



IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT ALL STATEMENTS IN ITEMS 59. 61. 64 AND 70 PERTAINING 
TO VISUAL ACUITY. COLOR VISION AND HEARING BE COMPLETED IN DETAIL. 



(Signature of liledi^al Examiner) 



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May 2, IdSa, whlcU ims pr^^xr^d ia tbe Zna^lon Seetioa. TxuMog 
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in Mm in atance I vas sot Ibe dictator but ooly the jrevieiror. | 

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Mr. Boardman. 
Mr. Belmont. 
Mr. M^ 
Mr. Ne^ 
Mr. Par 




June 9, 1958 )^S'P^''^"\ 



Mr. John Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of - Investigation 

Washington, D. C. 

Dear Mr. Hoover: 



PERSONS 




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Just a note, to tell you of a visit I had with Judge Kaufman - -" 
during the week. He invited me to dinner at his home^ He was 
entertaining Judge Harold Medina and Judge John Pickett of Cheyenile, 
Wyoming. The latter is a Circuit Court Ju<%e from Wyoming presently 
sitting in New York. After dinner Judge Kaufman took us to see a * ' 
night bail game — Yankees vs. Chic^o. It was the first I had seen 
in twelve years and I enjoyed it very much. 

All .three Judges were extremely high in their expressions 
of admiration for you and wanted to be remembered to you. Judge 
Kaufman is particularly appreciative of the courtesies being afforded 
his boys by you during their travels. \ 



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Judge Kaufman plans to be in Washington around the middle 
of June, at which time he hopes to be able to stop by and pay his 
respects to you. He knows how busy you are but he has such great 
love, and affection for you. he would like to see you, if only for a 
minute. I believe he-has conim^unicatje.djwith-you~^a?ectly'T.p-regard 
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Fe<3er«a Bureau of Inv^stigj-tion 

Washington, I>* C. 

Dear Malonoj 

Moay tlianlss for your note ol June 9, 1958, 

advising me of your visit ^th. Judge Kaufman and Us pUm 

to call on me around the middle of June* I certainly 

appreciate your interest in bringing this information to my 

attention personally. 

Sincerely^ 



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NOTEr The Director's telephone room advised correspondence 
from Judge Kaufman reveals he plans to be m Washington on or 
about 6-16-58. John F. Malone, EOD 5-4-42, GS-17, assigned 
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Inspector 

Number One Man 

Training and Inspection Division 

Non-Veteran - Not in Reserve; Not on Probation 

GS-17, $15,615; EOD 5-4-42 



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This is a brief and concise summary of Mr. Malone's record for 
the Director's use. 

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A review of his file reflects thatAvas transferred to the 

Training and Inspection Division on 9-30-57 and at which time he was 

designated as #1 Man« He has been commended on thiee occasions since his 

transfer to the Seat of Government, the last being on 2-19-58, for his 

highly exemplary attitude in reporting for work on 2-18-58 notwithstanding 

the extremely hazardous travel conditions resulting from a snow storm. 

He has received no letters of censtire since reporting to the Seat of 

Government . 

On 3-31-58 Mr. Tamra rated him EXCELLENT and added that he had an 
outstanding attitude toward his assignments and was outstandingly loyal 
and completely devoted to a Bureau career. He was completely available 
and suitable for further administrative advancement-. — _ 



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On 2-6-58 the Director saw him pri<^r* 'teplfc;77^|^c^^;^^^ 
to be in Gli^^Sfh§|h|&® inspection of the Ne\|r"York "Of f ic^^ 

wanted to see/xHe Dxrector had any observatxons toMna>Ke'^oiiHAW^*lnspeption 
work. The Director mentioned, among other thlTagBT-th^t-he^lmaTa^Ie 
confidence in the inspection v/ork of the Training and Inspection Division. 
The Director stated that that was a deplorable situation but thg^t he could 
only reach his conclusions from specific instances which clearly indicate 
that the inspection work of the Bureau was being carried on in an entirely 
superficial and nonproductive manner. The Director mentioned the Identi- 
fication Division inspection, the last New York inspection, the situation 
which developed in the Kansas City Office regarding two Resident Agents, 
at different Resident Agencies, and the two incidents which had arisen 
at Jackson, Mississippi and at Cheyenne, V7yoming, wherein, the U. S. 
Attorneys at each of those places had written letters to the Department 
complaining about the failure of the FBI in handling its work. Regarding 
the forthcoming New York inspection, the Director told Mr. Malone that he 
recognized that the New York Office was a very difficult office to administei 
in view of its size and in view of the local problems and living conditions, 
but the Director felt that the supervisory staff of the New York Office was 
not close enough to the rank and file in that office. The Director hoped 
j^tLat on the forthcoming inspection he would look into that problem and 

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see that the inspection v/as conducted in a very penetrative manner so we 
can tighten up our administration of the New York Office. 

Mr, Malone indicated that he certainly intended to do everything 
within his power to try to change the Director's feeling concerning the work 
of the Training and Inspection Division. 

His daily average overtime for December, 1957, 3 hours 52 minutes; 
January, 1958, 2 hours 42 minutes; February, 5 hours 7 minutes; March, 5 
hotxrs 12 minutes; April, 3 hours 3 minutes and M ay, 3 hours 35 minute s. 

He lists no office of preference. 

By letter dated 6-11-58 the Director thanked him for his note 
of 6-9-58, advising of his visit with Judge Kaufman and his plans to call 
on the Director around the middle of June, The Director appreciated his 
interest in bringing that information to the Direct ori attention. 




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July 25, 1958 



MEMORANDUM FOR MR. TOLSON 



On Jitly 21, 1958, I saw Inspectors J. Fv Malone and H. L. 
^ 'lEdwards, who had been ordered to make inspections of certain divisions 
'^at the Seat of Government. 

I told Messrs. Malcme and Edwards I wanted them to approach 
these inspections with complete objectivity^ aQd to ezercise extreme 
penetrativeness in conducting them. I related some of ttie problems which 
have arisen in the Investigative Oivisicmy the Domestic Melligence IMivision, 
and the Training and Inspecticm Divisioa and stated I wanted now to get the 
real run down on the actual functioning of the divisicms at the Seat of 
Government similar to what a thorouj^ physical examination would be of 
an individual. 



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is charged to yoi/and/Wu are responsible for taidng core 
of it and returninf it vjhen its use has been completed, 
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JOHN F. MALONE 



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July 25, 1958 



Mr. Tolson 
Mr. Belmont 
Mr. Mohi^ 
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Mr. Ros 
Mr. Tamxn 
Mr, Trotter — 
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Mr. Holloman 

Miss Gandy 



Mr. John Edgar Hoover 

Director 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Washington, D,, C. 

Dear Mr. Hoover: 

I would like to extend to 
you sincerest congratula:tions and best 
wishes on the occasion of your 41st 
Anniversary with the Department of 
Justice. 

As each year passes, our 
.pride in being associated with you in- 
.creases immeasurably. 

May God continue to bless 
you and guide you in the wonderful work 
you are doing. 




Respfectfiilly, 

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?ir. J, Edgar Hoover, Director 

Federal Bureau of iQvestigatiou 

Dapartisent of Justice ^ ^ 

Washiujfton, D* C. 

He: Supreme Court Decisiou Striking Down Loyalty Oatii 
Dear Mr, Hoover: 

You may recall that during the past several years I hava. *..>j^)r. 
bad the pleasure of having an exchange of correspondence with ^> 
you. I worked for five years with other public law officers . (^ 
throughout the United States in the organization and building 
of the National Association of County and Prosecuting attorneys 
and had the privilege of serving as its President during the 
year 1955. 

You may recall also that in cooperation with your very 
loyal and capable assistant, Mr. Johi^^lone, I had the oppor- 
tunity to improve the relationships between district attorneys 
and public prosecutors and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 
This casae about through the creation of a special "FBI Liaiso 
CoBUBittee" in the National Association of County and Prosecut 
iug Attorneys and the good will generated by your directing 
Mr. Malone to attend several national conferences of NACPA. 
D. K. Brown, who then was your Special Agent in charge of the 
Balti]core office, was also very helpful in this reg^d at 
NACPA *s Baltimore Conference. ^8/ 

This letter relates to a subject about which you^; 
\ publicly after the disturbing decisions of the United 
I Supreme Court in the Watkins, Sweezy, Yates, Schneides 
I Richmond and Jencks decisions handed down a year.jt,«>. 

As County Counsel , I a« ttW^ ^Wtorney of record in th^ 
two recent loyalty oath tax exemption cases (United SiafSS 
Supreme Court Nos. 382 and 385, October term, 1957) wherein the 
high court struck down the loyalty oath requirement for a tax 
exemption which had been strongly endorsed by the people through 
a Coastitutional amend^eat adopted in 1952. rw^il/ 





Mr* J, Edgar Hoover -2- July 11, 1958 

Believing that any level of governiaent as an employer, 
as a condition of e»plo3n»ent, has the right to exact an oath 
of loyalty froii its public employees, in 1949, as attorney 
for Los Angeles County, I took Steiner vs* Darby C1948, Cal 
App 2d 481, 199 P. 2d 429, 338 U.S. 327, 70 S,Ct. 161, 94 
L.Ed* 144) to the Supreae Court of the United States, which I 
believe was the first loyalty oath test case of its kind to 
reach the Supreme Court, I genuinely believed then and be- 
lieve now that one who works for the people, is paid by the 
people, does not have the right to advocate the overthrow of 
government by force and violence. 

As these two loyalty oath tax exemption cases origi- 
nated in our County, there is wide-spread interest in Cali- 
fornia and considerable editorial comment indicating concern 
over the pattern that has been established » 

I would like to place in your nands a copy of the "open 
letter" that I have written to United States Senator Allen J« 
Ellender of Louisiana, together with reprints of newspaper and 
editorial coBuaent appearing here in Los Aa^exes County* 

My basic concern relates to the warning which you have 
courageously and consistently given to the entire nation dur- 
ing the past 25 years that America is in a position of "clear 
and present danger" from the world-wide Communism movement o 

I will appreciate having from you any recent material 
such as reports or bulletins issued by the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation which would be available to me on this subject • 



Yours very truly, 

HAROLD W* KENNEDY, Countjr-^ounSel 



HWK:nw 
Enclosures 



cc: ]fr« John R« Malone 

Mr* Frank E« Moss, President, NACPA 
Mr* D» K« Brown 




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July 25, 1958 



Mr. John F, kalone 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Washington, D. C. 

Dear Malone: 

It was very kind indeed of you to write m6 as 
you did in connection with my 41st Anniversary, and 
I am most appreciative of your congratulations and 
best wishes for the future, ^^f^ 

I am ever mindful of the fact, however, that 
were it not for the loyalty, support and assistance of 
my associates the Bureau could not have achieved its 
present standing and reputation, and I am grateful to 
you for the part which you have played in its accomplish- 
ments. 



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Attached herewith is at request for three weeks* 
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Mrs. Malone aad I are planning a trip to Los Angelen 

by train. If approved, upon my return I shall start the second phase 

of the inspection assignment given to me by the Director. There 

will be sufficient time to complete it well within the deadline. 
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the second assignment completed before I go on leave, FU be very 
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